It's a bad time for trolls.
Twitter is pledging to go on the offensive against Internet bullies, who managed to taunt Zelda Williams off of the Web this week, according to reports.
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Williams, 25, suffered through images sent her way that included Photoshopped pictures of her father's body, the news source reported.
She quit soon thereafter, prompting a swift reply from Twitter executives.
Del Harvey, the social media platform's vice president of trust and safety, said that "a number of accounts" had been suspended, and that Twitter is overall re-examining its rules, the news source said.
Zelda, for her part, said that a special place is reserved for the trolls: her father is sending a flock of pigeons to "poop on [their]" cars, she wrote on her blog.