"I reported the abusive tweets and accounts," one woman told the group. "From that, one account got suspended. Everything else I reported to Twitter, they said, we are taking your complaint seriously and then nothing else was done. There was no further contact from Twitter…It almost feels that when you are filling in the reporting questions that they don’t believe you."
The company’s attitude towards complaints of abuse has helped make it a “toxic place for women,” Kate Allen, director of Amnesty International UK, told the Guardian.
"For far too long Twitter has been a space where women can too easily be confronted with death or rape threats, and where their genders, ethnicities, and sexual orientations are under attack," said Allen. "The trolls are currently winning, because despite repeated promises, Twitter is failing to do enough to stop them."
"Ensuring an internet free from gender-based violence enhances freedom of expression as it allows women to fully participate in all areas of life and is integral to women’s empowerment," UN Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women Dubravka Simonoci was quoted as saying in the report.
This is really sad and needs strong response –
It also encourages males to act as bullies with violent threats to females.