[LINK] Isn't one S.Conroy enough?
eric.scheid at ironclad.net.au
Wed Mar 18 18:18:37 EST 2009
On 18/3/09 3:14 PM, "Jan Whitaker" <jwhit at janwhitaker.com> wrote:
> Iain McDonald, founder of digital marketing agency Amnesia, said in a
> phone interview that Telstra should use Fake Stephen Conroy as a
> social media opportunity instead of trying to silence Nassar and
> apparently lying about it afterwards.
> "I don't particularly agree with the way Telstra handled it," he said.
> "Fake Stephen Conroy kept his profile completely separate to work ...
> it was one guy who seemed to be expressing a political view so again
> i'm not really sure what the whole thing has to do with Telstra."
Telstra wasn't the one whipping up a frenzy of intrigue regarding the FSC
identity, it was the twittersphere. The pressure came from there, and then
LN outed himself. That various social media people don't seem to be taking
any responsibility for their part in all this is galling.
Would we so callously and irresponsibly seek to out an anonymous
whistleblower as well, to only then lay all blame for the inevitable
consequences at the feet of the employer?
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