Twitter's reputation as a hotbed for harassment and abuse may have helped lose it two potential buyers.
Bloomberg is reporting that Disney chose not to pursue an acquisition of the ailing social network in part because the bullying and behaviour of some of its users might damage the entertainment company's image.
The news comes shortly after another report, this one via CNBC's Jim Cramer, that Salesforce was also put off by Twitter's endemic troll problem.
Twitter shares continued sliding on Monday following a report that bids for the struggling company are unlikely. Bloomberg reported on Friday that potential suitors including Google, Salesforce, and Walt Disney are unlikely to make ...
Microblogging site's reputation as a place for bullying did not endear it to Disney deal makers, Bloomberg reports.
Twitter is getting even more serious about cracking down on its abuse problem. It's rolling out a new feature that automatically creates printable reports about harassment that can be handed to the police. CNet reports that Twitter ...
Lean how you can report harassment on Twitter and make the social network a more friendly place.