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A new Twitter application has entered the market with the promise of tracking people who voice anger against their bosses and colleagues on social networks.
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LMFAO..not gonna stop me from exercising my #freedom of #speech...so F'k my Boss and F'k my Job.
FireMe! is blatantly unlawful. Employment contract cannot grant authority upon what is done outside of job.
Expect that company to cry rivers when they are hacked, and their dox leaked. Karma, what a pain.
FireMe! is the first version. FireAtMe! Is the sequel.
"cant imagine many really want to work but for the cash"
Yet HR wants you to pretend otherwise.
What do people expect when they tweet it to the world? Good for this site for reminding them!
Not ok. If so much as one employee gets fired from this a strike would be in it's place.
A bit futile in age age where drones can pick up any anti-semitic remark in any pub worldwide
Another *Shoot Yourself in the Foot* App from the Vapid SocialMedia Experts!!!
I hate Corporate Greed! i do
I hate my job! i do
I hate paying tax! i do
I hate my boss! i do
"Stand out in the middle of the room. Stand back to back. Clasp your hands behind your heads."
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Would sure be great if there was a FireAtMe for those that hate their governments...
who actually likes their job anyway,cant imagine many really want to work but for the cash
With FireAtMe! you will find out what your citizens think of their country.
What's next, will they develop a "FireAtMe" application for those who hate their countries ?
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