CEO of the Twitter responds to women’s protest

Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey, took the social media platform to address the issue.

After two days of Twitter suspended actress Rose McGowan’s account for her violating its terms and policies, actors and activists took boycotting the social media platform.

As a result to this #WomenBoycottTwitter started at midnight in New York and is expected to last the duration of October 13.

Twitter has been facing a lot of questions in the last couple of months. In the case of McGowan, her Twitter account was suspended after she accused film producer Harvey Weinstein which in turn caused a lot of outrage on the microblogging service. For the first time, Twitter is being slammed for its inability to tackle abuse on its platform.

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