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Twitter's abuse problem is reportedly part of the reason Disney chose not to buy it (TWTR)

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.
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