Squarespaces domain name is owned by the famous Silicon Valley software company, but the domain has long been a source of frustration for some of its users.
It has also become an increasingly popular target for trolls.
A recent investigation by Buzzfeed found that the company had a pattern of harassing and abusing its users, including its own employees.
According to Buzzfeed, Squaresites employees have complained about being called “whores” and threatened with sexual harassment.
A spokesman for Squaresystem, the company that owns the SquaresSpace domain name, said in a statement that the incident “does not reflect the company’s values”.
The spokesman also pointed to a company blog post that claimed that it was “aware of the situation” and that it “is actively working to resolve this situation”.
“It is a sad day for the internet and for the world when an industry that has made the world safer and more accessible for millions of people is being targeted by individuals who don’t understand the technology or the business they are helping to create,” he wrote.
“Squarespace stands by our policies and our team and we will continue to work closely with law enforcement and other stakeholders to ensure this does not happen again.”
A Buzzfeed investigation also found that some Squaresub, a popular Twitter-like service, has a history of harassment and abuse of employees.
The company’s chief executive, Adam Selman, was forced to resign in February after he was accused of harassing employees.
On Friday, the New York Post published a report by The Daily Beast of alleged harassment by Squaresubs employees.
Buzzfeed’s report also said that at least two of its employees were sexually assaulted.
In the report, the Times reported that at a 2016 Squaresocial party, employees allegedly told guests that Selman had been “banging” them.
The newspaper also alleged that employees “repeatedly harassed” a female co-founder who is one of the companys top investors, claiming that she was being forced to drink alcohol.
“I am a survivor, but I can’t say I’ve ever experienced sexual harassment,” the former co-founders told the Times.
“My co-workers had no idea what was going on.
We just said, ‘Oh, it’s just the work.'”
The Times reported, “The company said the alleged incidents did not happen at Squarescents parties and declined to comment further.”
Twitter is one industry that is being attacked by trolls.
The US Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission are investigating allegations that Squaressystem employees were paid by Squashes website advertising revenue to harass them online.
It is unclear how many of the complaints against Squares Systems employees came from Squares companies employees, but many of them were reported by other users.
In February, the Senate Judiciary Committee released a report on the issues facing online safety, including harassment and discrimination.
It called for “more enforcement of existing anti-harassment laws” and called on Twitter to make it easier for people to report harassment.