Twitter finally explained why it blocked Rose McGowan’s account after her Weinstein tweets
The Harvey Weinstein scandal is one of the hottest topics in the movie business right now, with more revelations coming out daily. Many have denounced the movie producer for his alleged sexual assaults on women since last week’s New York Times expose that went into these abhorrent details surrounding Weinstein’s personal life. But it turns out that voicing your concerns on Twitter using explicit language will get you banned, even if you’re one of the Weinstein’s victims. Or so we thought.
Twitter has finally explained why Rose McGowan was temporarily banned. While it apparently had the right to do so, Twitter still doesn’t come away looking very good.
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