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+ - PhoneDog hits back over @NoahKravitz Twitter owner->

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richi writes "Remember the recent hoo-hah about an employer that asked its departing employee to give it back "his" Twitter account? Here's the ex-employee's side of the story and the employer's response, which raises more questions than it answers.

As you may recall, the employer," PhoneDog Media (PDM)," wants its ex-employee, Noah Kravitz," to hand over the password to his Twitter account, and pay damages of $2.50 per month for each of its 17,000 followers. The eight months between the end of the employment and the lawsuit make a total of $340,000. Yes, three hundred and forty thousand dollars."

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