A Toronto man has lost his job after tweeting a request for marijuana to be delivered to his workplace.
Social networking giant Twitter has been forced to apologize for faking real users’ tweets.
A New York food truck company has met angry backlash and calls for a boycott for firing an employee who Tweet-shamed non-tipping customers.
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