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Saturday, October 14, 2017

Twitter boycott splits protesters over voluntary silence


Users across Twitter are absenting themselves from Twitter today following the social media site’s banning of actress/director Rose McGowan. McGowan has been vocal on Twitter during the Harvey Weinstein rape scandal currently rocking the entertainment industry. She’s tweeted the names of several people who knew — or should have known — about Weinstein’s alleged attacks on women, as revealed by a recent New Yorker exposé. Hey @mattdamon what’s it like to be a spineless profiteer who stays silent? pic.twitter.com/rp0OrRrpqJ — rose mcgowan (@rosemcgowan) October 9, 2017 Earlier this week, McGowan posted on Instagram a message from Twitter informing her that her account…

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