Twittergate, part 2

TechCrunch released more info about Twitter from documents that "landed in its inbox" after a hacker obtained them. The latest, which Michael Arrington says will...

TechCrunch released more info about Twitter from documents that "landed in its inbox" after a hacker obtained them. The latest, which Michael Arrington says will be the last installment, focuses on Twitter's internal strategy -- minus the most sensitive stuff. The released document briefly talks about Twitter's media strategy, focusing mostly on its intent to kill the "Twitter TV show". One message appeared to be there are “many users of Twitter - none are officially blessed.”

Twitter has fought back with another blog post saying the company is "more than jotted-down notes from a handful of meetings... Out of context, rudimentary notes of internal discussions will be misinterpreted by current and future partners jeopardizing our business relationships."

For more on PRWeek's take on Twitter's response click here.

The other side effect of this crisis has been the ethics debate it has spurred.

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