back to article Hacked LinkedIn post puts further pressure on Salesforce over attitudes to race in the workplace

Near ubiquitous SaaS CRM pusher Salesforce got a rude awakening this week when its carefully curated image of a business addressing racial equality was shattered by its clearly hacked LinkedIn page. “Black lives still f**king matter,” read the message shortly before it was taken down, according to a report from CNBC. A …

  1. Dr Scrum Master

    More hyperbole?

    Just read Vivianne Castillo's resignation letter.

    I must say that it ranks highly in terms of hyperbole and broad-brush accusations, but there's nothing in there to distinguish it from an attention-seeking child not getting the attention it craves.

    Do we live in a world where unsubstantiated, hyperbolic accusations are accepted uncritically? Or 'twas ever so?

    1. Claptrap314 Silver badge
      Trollface

      Re: More hyperbole?

      Only by hacks.

    2. a_yank_lurker Silver badge

      Re: More hyperbole?

      Yes we live world where all accusations are accepted uncritically especially if they fit someone's narrative. But Silly Valley and its imitators has a well documented serious problem with toxic work places. This makes the allegations, while suspicious in their breadth, somewhat believable as they sort of fit the known pattern of Silly Valley toxic work places.

      1. jake Silver badge

        Re: More hyperbole?

        "as they sort of fit the known pattern of Silly Valley allegedly toxic work places."

        FTFY

  2. yetanotheraoc Silver badge

    Didn't we just debate this?

    "clearly hacked LinkedIn page"

    Dr. Peter Venkman: I'm a little fuzzy on this whole hacked / cracked thing.

    1. AndrueC Silver badge
      Facepalm

      Re: Didn't we just debate this?

      "I worked out how to type 'Password123' that makes me a hacker."

  3. bleedinglibertarian

    SalesForce

    Pretty sure that's one of those cancel culture companies.

    don't much care for liberties being stomped on by companies like them. they can bugger off.

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