Alyssa Milano was among women taking part in #WomenBoycottTwitter, and didn’t tweet for 24 hours yesterday. During that time, the CEO of Twitter announced changes in policies, saying the social media company would be more aggressive in how it enforces the rules. As a result, Milano declared victory:
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) October 14, 2017
Because it was apparently so effective, a follow-up effort is being urged:
— Master Julianos (@MasterJulianos) October 14, 2017
Sheesh. I was truly enjoying the respite. Sad it's over.
Would you all consider doing a permanent silence on Twitter? https://t.co/PqCGj5p8Sk
— Ruby Rockstar ?? (@RubyRockstar333) October 14, 2017
— Bobacheck (@Bobacheck) October 14, 2017
Dare to dream:
Think how much you could accomplish by permanently deleting your account. https://t.co/VRNUVHAMgb
— Melvyl (@melvyl) October 14, 2017
Maybe the 24-hour boycott was so successful it’ll be tried again soon.
It was so nice and quiet … yesterday. pic.twitter.com/8zZy5NdCJv
— ?The?Foo? (@PolitiBunny) October 14, 2017