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smeg

still coincided voter intimidation.

MalcoveMagnesia

I got no less than four e-mails from Expensify a couple days ago when they e-mailed every single employee of every single client they have telling them to vote for Biden (I currently work with — and have worked for — a few different employers where I still have e-mail addresses). I assume this wouldn’t count as voter intimidation because it’s for the candidates you prefer, right?

www.protocol.com/bulletins/expensifys-ceo-emailed-all-of-his-users-to-encourage-them-to-protect-democracy-vote-for-biden

Last edited 30 days ago by MalcoveMagnesia
tiki god

You’re right to ask the question, but there is a massive difference between e-mailing your customers, you are not a captive audience, and telling your employees that they’re going to lose their jobs if they don’t vote for your guy.

Gropegrope

Clients vs. employees….?
A little bit different relationship, no…?

Saborlas

The ancaps are getting scared.