The company announced on Monday that it will be conducting an audit of all of its Twitter accounts to determine if any of them were compromised.
In a blog post, Twitter said that it would take a look at all accounts that have been flagged for abuse or suspicious activity.
The company will be using a combination of automated tools and human review to determine whether any accounts have been compromised or if they are being used to engage in spam or harassment.
The announcement comes after a week of Twitter’s increasingly controversial and increasingly divisive culture, which saw several executives fired, many accused of being misogynists, and some of the most popular hashtags in the company’s history banned in response to harassment campaigns.
Twitter is currently under fire for its role in a coordinated effort by the alt-right to harass and abuse women.