Time Inc. is having its editors work together on a social media policy that will be “released soon,” according to WWD. This probably has something to do with Essence’s now former Managing Editor, Michael Bullerdick, posting ignorant and racist items on his Facebook.
It seems Time has finally realized that if you don’t put regulations on people, they will most likely end up doing something idiotic.
Maybe next time a Time employee wants to be offensive they’ll just tell their friends in person instead.
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