Delicate flower Lena Dunham must be beaming right now. It seems the cries of special snowflakes like her for safe spaces have resonated with Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey:

Safety first, you guys!

More about this brilliant idea:

To ensure people can continue to express themselves freely and safely on Twitter, we must provide more tools and policies. With hundreds of millions of Tweets sent per day, the volume of content on Twitter is massive, which makes it extraordinarily complex to strike the right balance between fighting abuse and speaking truth to power. It requires a multi-layered approach where each of our 320 million users has a part to play, as do the community of experts working for safety and free expression.

That’s why we are announcing the formation of the Twitter Trust & Safety Council, a new and foundational part of our strategy to ensure that people feel safe expressing themselves on Twitter.

We have more than 40 organizations and experts from 13 regions joining as inaugural members of the Council. We are thrilled to work with these organizations to ensure that we are enabling everyone, everywhere to express themselves with confidence on Twitter.

 

Isn’t this all so exciting?

Twitter’s known for instituting changes that the public wholeheartedly embraces. So it should come as no surprise that tweeters are greeting this news with unbridled enthusiasm:

https://twitter.com/RobProvince/status/697124480590680064

https://twitter.com/DieZauberer/status/697103765720141824

https://twitter.com/Maxlewisuk/status/697104748957319169

https://twitter.com/Ann_Tagonist_/status/697122211165962240

https://twitter.com/Smythereens/status/697104689825853440

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Lena Dunham calls for more ‘barriers’ to protect women on Twitter

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