Twitter CEO admits they suck dealing with trolls and abuse

In Leaked memo Twitter CEO Dick Costolo acknowledge that twitter’s been struggling with abuse and trolls.

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Twitter CEO Dick Costolo

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo really had enough with trolls and abuse going on twitter.

In the leaked memo the Twitter’s chief executive has acknowledged that the company’s been struggling to deal the abuse and trolls that lurks around twitter.

Costolo seems blunt in making comments, in the leaked memo which had some internal conversation obtained by the verge, the CEO of the social media company said that “We suck at dealing with abuse and trolls on the platform and we’ve sucked at it for years“.

This shows that trolling and abuse on twitter is something that’s been troubling the company for years.

According to the memo the company will start taking serious measures “We’re going to start kicking these people off right and left and making sure that when they issue their ridiculous attacks“, as in the statement the company will start their measures soon enough to save the twitter core users from these guys.

Costolo took full responsibility on his own for all the trolling that is going around on twitter.

This all came in response to the question asked by an employee that what action the company is taking to save users for this harassment that is going on the social media network.

The employee Lindy West recently wrote an article on the guardian few days back on her experience on twitter trolls, there is no doubt that she suffered some harsh words from people.

On Monday the CEO of the social media giant again made a follow-up comment in which he took full responsibility on himself and assured that they are taking strong measures to fight against the abuse and trolls. costolo said ” So now we’re going to fix it, and I’m going to take full responsibility for making sure that the people working night and day on this have the resources they need to address the issue, that there are clear lines of responsibility and accountability, and that we don’t equivocate in our decisions and choices.”