Insiders, and controlling what they write

Not a Wall Street Journal piece;  The Daily Beast, which is not my normal source of business use. http://thebea.st/1icqEMt

White House staffer fired for posting a string of tweets unflattering to the White House and some of its people and positions.

Holy Smokes – the guy worked for the National Security Committee, and didn’t suspect this would cause heartburn. Or that it would come out.

Are your controls on an employee’s personal posts/tweets in his/her off-hours sufficient to stop this? Is it content controls? Free speech restriction?

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