Chrysler: Oops!

http://www.someecards.com/2011/03/10/chrysler-official-twitter-account-compro…

In what I laughingly call my professional life, I have occasion to advise clients on, among other things, contracts involving social media services. I know there’s nothing you can do about a disgruntled employee with the keys to the account (except fire him), but I would not want to be on the agency side of this kerfuffle.

Of course, the fact that the guy was undoubtedly spot on with his tweet adds a little ironic spice to the whole thing.

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