Reporter Put on Leave After Refusing to Remove Facebook Post
Tryon refused to remove it, sparking a whole conversation about the legality of social media policies — and landing himself on administrative leave.
The article he linked to was an LA Times report about Freedom Communications, Inc.’s sale of seven newspapers — including the Colorado Springs Gazette, the newspaper that employs him — to a Boston investment group.
Tryon posted the link with a pull quote that suggested his paper would be spun off by the end of the summer.
About three hours later, his boss emailed him t…
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