Has the recent Twitter scandal affected you/your organization’s use of social media?

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This topic contains 6 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by  Stephanie Slade 7 years, 4 months ago.

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  • #132522

    If so, how?

  • #132534

    Stephanie Slade
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    Which scandal? The Anthony Weiner photo ordeal?

  • #132532

    Yes…just trying to focus on the issue not the person. Hi Stephanie!

  • #132530

    Susan parker
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    Not yet; let’s hope people realize it’s the message not the medium. These scandals took place long before Twitter and the intertubes.

  • #132528

    Elliot Volkman
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    Nothing from the government contracting side as far as I can tell yet. Just a lot of funny headlines.

  • #132526

    Stephanie Slade
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    Hi! My answer is: I hope not. Careless/stupid people will always find ways to embarrass themselves. Just because this time it happened on Twitter doesn’t make it Twitter’s fault. If you took away the tool, they’d just do it via text (a certain former quarterback comes to mind) or think up new and creative ways as yet unheard of.

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    robert bornhofen
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    Isn’t there a national election year? This is politics at its worst. Like any tool, it is subject to one’s behavior and should be governed/enforced by written policy. Onward social media!

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