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Are they just trying to protect CBS and their jobs?
UPDATED: Two of the highest-ranked female executives at CBS, Jo Ann Ross, President and Chief Advertising Revenue Officer for CBS Corp. and Angelica McDaniel, EVP, Daytime Programs and Syndicated P...Read more from Deadline
Hard to say. Farrow has been right in all his reporting so far...
"some people are all hype in the media, but no one hears anything from ronan farrow until he sneaks in in the middle of the night & silently takes out the organs of his target and when they wake up hes just standing over them showing them their kidneys. good morning les moonves."Read more from Twitter
Yes, he has. They try hard to deflect so you don’t know who is right, but he seems consistently careful about his research.
"New from WaPo: a top FEMA official who recently resigned is under investigation for alleged sex harassment scheme "in which women were hired as possible sexual partners for male employees" https://t.co/DstepElUBL"Read more from Twitter
How does it happen? Don’t women ever say no, I won’t do this? Don’t other employees who aren’t involved notice and say something? It keeps on getting worse.
Women say no all the time. Men didn't listen.
It was one man and he was fired. And now this, years of promoting child abuse and they want him back.
'We cannot let this moment pass without expressing our love, support, and gratitude'Read more from The Verge
This video is pretty amazing.
She confronted her harasser, and he punched her in the face. Now she's fighting back.— CNN (@CNN) August 3, 2018
This week, France passed a new law banning sexual or sexist comments. Harassment in public could warrant fines from 90 to 750 euros ($104 to $876). https://t.co/ffF8GZAoOw pic.twitter.com/pR4qSkRG3p
Good for her! I’m not sure about laws regulating speech. How do they define it and what about gray areas where people think something is meant that isn’t.