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Jamie Favreau said on August 12th, 2009 at 1:57 pm

I don’t think the policy is that outlandish. There will always be appropriate language for work and keeping this in mind. Even if it is your own personal brand you are still working for ESPN.

Some things are just meant to be broken on the website and NOT Twitter. They have enough entities which can help fans. I think this was a good move.

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RV said on October 5th, 2009 at 4:04 pm

I don’t think the policy is that outlandish. There will always be appropriate language for work and keeping this in mind. Even if it is your own personal brand you are still working for ESPN.

Some things are just meant to be broken on the website and NOT Twitter. They have enough entities which can help fans. I think this was a good move.

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