Blog Sues Former Blogger Over Twitter Followers, Seeks $340,000 in Damages

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don2041

People are free to follow or vote for whatever idiot they want. It,s the American way.

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richeemxx

This will be an interesting case to follow as it might have some serious ramifications for some larger sites and companies. If it truly was a work account, that they were monetizing in some fashion and he took it with him he might lose out. It would be no different than a standard none compete type situation.

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Nimrod

A "work account"? I dont remember seeing that option for that when created a an account.  Maybe they THOUGHT it was a work account so they decided to spend money on it. That does mean that it is.

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RUSENSITIVESWEETNESS

Are you fucking kidding? This is as enforceable as suing an ex-employee over the cost of his business cards, or past rent for his office space.

Get a fucking life. And a decent fucking business model.

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cj100570

It couldn't have happened to a more deserving person. Noah is a douche bag!

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