Twitter has long had a trolling and harassment issue, and its CEO isn’t immune to it. CEO Jack Dorsey said he has been harassed on Twitter, but he has not blocked any users himself, he told NBC “Today” show host Matt Lauer on Friday.
“I can block people. I’ve never blocked anyone,” Dorsey said.
Picking from crowd-sourced questions on Twitter, Lauer had asked Dorsey about his company’s stance and activity on censorship, which led to a conversation on blocking.
“Does Twitter censor?” Lauer said.
“Absolutely not,” Dorsey said. “It’s our job to make sure they see the most important things.”