Stars like Whoopi Goldberg, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Chrissy Teigen and Trevor Noah have shared their thoughts.
The Labour MP said Twitter must get “much faster at stamping out racist threats and abuse” after it took more than 13 hours to act.
Timothy Klausutis slammed Trump's baseless conspiracy theory about MSNBC's Joe Scarborough killing his intern in a powerful letter to Twitter.
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The social media boss' account was compromised and posted a series of offensive tweets, including "n****r" and "Hitler is innocent."
Twitter's Jack Dorsey, fashion designer Diane Von Furstenburg and more signed the ad that declares equality in the workplace is "one of the most important business issues of our time."
Almost 18 months after Twitter promised to crack down on hate, the platform teems with racist extremists.
The president lost 204,000 of his 53.4 million followers in July, when Twitter started its purge of suspicious accounts.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says his company's efforts to stop online abuse have been a “huge fail”. In a tweeted interview on 12 February, Dorsey said Twitter and the other titans of Silicon Valley haven't done enough. The Chief exec said he'd give himself a C grade for efforts to stop online abuse.
"We’re eating the goat you killed?"