Twitter end secret employee forum posts after HR nightmare

Twitter end secret employee forum posts after HR nightmare

The social media giant join the likes of Google and Facebook in the free speech argument...

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  • ChrisS
    ChrisS
    Fri, 1 Sep 2017 8:39am BST
    Yes but look where "courage" took the Google guy!
  • Cherry Iley
    Cherry Iley
    Thu, 31 Aug 2017 10:27am BST
    Enshrined in democractic thinking is the principle that the 'accused' (whoever they are has the right to know who the accuser is. Anonymous platforms are not consistent with this principle. Anonymous criticisms on an employee platform suggest either that a company is in the dark ages or that individuals have no courage.

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