This year, says Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, harassment and abuse was the company's "top priority" and they've "made a lot of progress." This was part of a mini tweet storm Friday that Dorsey posted in response to a week of criticism and a boycott by women prompted by the brief suspension of actress Rose McGowen's account in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal.

Dorsey says changes to Twitter are rolling out shortly, and there will be new rules around "unwanted sexual advances, non-consensual nudity, hate symbols, violent groups, and tweets that glorifies violence."

The storm:

Whether or not Twitter's handling of abuse and harassment on the platform has been the company's "top priority," it's clear to many users that the free-for-all social network is pretty much tailor-made for bullying and rudeness in general. Our own president continues to use the platform for off-the-cuff remarks about foreign policy and for taking aim at media outlets, but Twitter has thus far given him a pass saying that "newsworthy" tweets are an exception, because they're coming from a world leader.

And at least one of the company's other priorities, recently, was retooling the entire platform to allow tweets to be twice as long, 280 characters, up from 140.

Curiously, Dorsey did not use the new character limit to his advantage Friday — it seems like all of that could have been said in like three tweets, instead of eight.