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There has been a Twitter Uprising at Mozilla. After the appointment of Brendan Eich as CEO of the software community, scores of employees made their feelings known on Twitter about his decision to donate $1,000 to California’s Proposition 8 ballot banning gay marriage in 2008. Here's an article that features some of the tweets.
This article opens with the revolt, and then reviews corporate non-disparagement agreements, which it says are difficult to enforce, and cases where courts have weighed in.
Did anything similar happen regarding the Susan G. Komen controversies a while back - the CEO pay and the cut in funding to Planned Parenthood? I remember a lot of staff resigning, but no online campaigns by them.
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