Diary: Web witter

campaignlive.co.uk, Friday, 26 March 2010 12:00AM

From Nestle's Facebook page.

To repeat: we welcome your comments, but please don't post using an altered version of any of our logos as your profile pic - they will be deleted.

- Paul Griffin

Hmm, this comment is a bit "Big Brotherish", isn't it? I'll have whatever I like as my logo pic, thanks! And if it's altered, it's no longer your logo, is it!

- Nestle

That's a new understanding of intellectual property rights. We'll muse on that. You can have what you like as your profile picture. But if it's an altered version of any of our logos, we'll remove it from this page.

- Paul Griffin

Not sure you're going to win friends in the social media space with this sort of dogmatic approach. Social media is about embracing your market, engaging and having a conversation rather than preaching!

- Nestle

Thanks for the lesson in manners. Consider yourself embraced. But it's our page, we set the rules, it was ever thus.

- Darren Smith

Freedom of speech and expression.

- Nestle

You have freedom of speech and expression. Here, there are some rules we set. As in almost any other forum. It's to keep things clear.

- Paul Griffin

Your page, your rules, true, and you just lost a customer, won the battle and lost the war! Happy?

- Jagos Golubovic

I was a big fan of your products, but now, when I saw what you guys wrote, I think I'm gonna stop buying them.

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