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Twitter says it will improve harassment policies after Zelda Williams quits service

14
Aug
2014

Twitter has long received flack for its weak responses to clear instances of abuse over its network, but now it finally says that its going to do… something. In a statement provided to The Washington Post with regard to the harassment of Zelda Williams, Twitters vice president of trust and safety says that the company is currently evaluating how we can further improve our policies to better handle tragic situations like this one. He says that may include making Twitters policies stricter with regard to self-harm or private information, and it could also mean better watching out for users who have just had a family member die. We will not tolerate abuse of this nature on Twitter.

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