The head of Twitter UK, Tony Wang, has made a personal apology to the women who have experienced abuse and sexual threats on the social media platform.
I personally apologize to the women who have experienced abuse on Twitter and for what they have gone through.
The abuse they've received is simply not acceptable. It's not acceptable in the real world, and it's not acceptable on Twitter.
There is more we can and will be doing to protect our users against abuse. That is our commitment.
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