Saturday, June 26, 2010
"Professional" bloggers can get dooced for relatively "private" email and social media postings
Howard Kurtz has a story in the Style Section C of the Washington Post on Saturday June 26, “Post blogger resigns after messages leak”, about blogger David Weigl, who resigned and apologized after some apparently inappropriate remarks made on a listserver about individuals including Druge, Ron Paul, and Rush Limbaugh. The link for the story is here.
The battle over online reputation continues, even for “professional” bloggers.