Of course, it's often a bad business decision to make one's political views public. Just ask the CEO of Chick Fil-A, for example.
But sure, it wouldn't normally be a problem..... except with Facebook and other forms of social media, their purpose is supposed to be to give a voice to EVERYONE who wants to use it and contribute content. If that can't be done impartially, it means the site can't be used properly for its stated purpose. (If you have to worry that your content might get censored/deleted or somehow marginalized so it shows up far less often in feeds than those expressing other viewpoints -- you need to find a different web site to use.)
Fox News can report the news any way they see fit
it's kind of amazing how they managed to do that and not have anyone tell them that their ideas were stupid
I have no doubt that plenty of people have told them exactly that. It would not surprise me to learn that they fired anyone who did so, though.
If Twitter were an engineering-driven company, they wouldn't be lousy with SJWs.
What are you trying to say?
That a piece of jargon with a very specific contextual meaning is at risk of being dumbed down when it's used in the wrong context. As it was in this case.
Isn't he the gizmodouche asshole who belongs behind bars for stealing an iPhone prototype?
He's lucky Steve didn't think he was worth destroying.
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