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Twitter CEO pledges tougher rules on hate speech, violence

Twitter will tighten rules on issues including hate speech amid a boycott over its handling of actress Rose McGowan's postings on predatory Hollywood boss Harvey Weinstein.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

McGowan further tweets on Weinstein claim

Actress Rose McGowan has returned to Twitter after her 12 hour suspension naming Harvey Weinstein as the studio head who raped her.
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News video: Ashley Judd Giving First Interview In Wake of Harvey Weinstein Scandal

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Ashley Judd will be giving her first interview about Harvey Weinsten and her accusations of sexual harassment. Judd will be talking to ABC News' Diane Sawyer about the ongoing scandal involving the..
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News video: Damon And Clooney Apologize To Women In Hollywood

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Some men in Hollywood have been called out for knowing more than they admitted about former movie producer Harvey Weinstein's history of sexual harassment and assault. On Monday, actor Matt Damon..
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News video: Quentin Tarantino admitted he "knew enough to do more" about Harvey Weinstein

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A flood of women have come forward in recent weeks with allegations of sexual abuse against producer Harvey Weinstein. And while many of Hollywood’s most powerful men have claimed ignorance, in an..
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News video: Another Woman Claims Weinstein Raped Her

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Sallie Hofmeister, a representative for Weinstein, said in a statement that Weinstein "unequivocally denies allegations of non-consensual sex."
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News video: Lupita Nyong’o Claims Harvey Weinstein Assaulted Her

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Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o opened up about the “sinister” actions she experienced with Harvey Weinstein, saying she “felt unsafe,” as he sexually harassed..
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Phone number triggers bad call: why Rose McGowan's Twitter account was suspended

The social media platform has come under fire for suspending the account of actress Rose McGowan, who has publicly criticised Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Rose McGowan ‘sex tape leaked’

ROSE McGowan, who recently posted a topless photo to challenge body shaming, is reportedly the latest victim of a sex tape leak.
The Advertiser Also reported by •Courier MailPerth Now

Rose McGowan adds her voice to #WhyWomenDontReport rape

Former Charmed actress Rose McGowan joined in the Twitter conversation about #WhyWomenDontReport sexual assault on Thursday with her own story.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Former Charmed star’s shocking rape claims

ACTRESS Rose McGowan has come forward with claims that she was once sexually assaulted by a big-time Hollywood mogul.
The Advertiser Also reported by •Courier MailPerth Now

Former Charmed star claims a studio boss raped her

ACTRESS Rose McGowan has revealed that she was once raped by an unnamed big-time studio boss.
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McGowan posts nippleless pic

WHAT happened to your nipples, Rose McGowan? The ex-Charmed star, always a fan of the strange, busts out this show-stopper.
The Advertiser Also reported by •Courier MailPerth Now

Rose McGowan hits back at male film critic who ridiculed Renee Zellweger's appearance

"What you are doing is vile, damaging, stupid and cruel."
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Why the internet’s outraged at X-Men poster

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“There is a major problem when 20th Century Fox thinks casual violence against women is the way to market a film,” says actress Rose McGowan.
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