“What’s a picture worth?” Ashton Kutcher tweeted, along with a link to the photo of him posing next to an “I’M WITH STUPID” sign. Answer: Another apology for that uninformed tweet claiming Penn State firing college football legend Joe Paterno was an “insult” and showed “no class” because he wasn’t aware of the Jerry Sandusky scandal?
You can argue Twitter is just Twitter, and it’s ridiculous that what a person types in 140 characters or less becomes a news story, ever. But then, you weren’t the celebrity who just last month made a video urging the media and social media users to hold themselves to a higher standard when reporting and sharing information. After his faux pas, Kutcher has handed over management of his Twitter feed to his production company Katalyst as “a secondary editorial measure, to ensure the quality of its content.”
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