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Huawei Employees Dokket After New Year's Tweet Posted from Rival iPhone




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Falling solidly under "you had a job" umbrella this week is a story out of China. If you are responsible for updating Huawei Technologies' social media, it is probably not the best idea to mark a rival technology company, just what two Huawei employees have just discovered. Reuters reports that Huawei sent out a now-deleted New Year's tweet-seeking followers a "Happy # 2019", which would be fine except for the geographic location included with the post, which reads "via Twitter for iPhone" (9to5Mac has a picture of the tweet ). The iPhone is a competitor to the Huawei P series, and Huawei has been trying to collect techies against the device instead of Apple's BBC notes.

Because China is blocking Twitter, many companies have to use VPN connections to sign in, and this is where this problem appeared to be: An external vendor responsible for sending out tweets to Huawei had apparently "VPN issues" per internal Huawei memo, and then someone instead sent celebratory tweets via an iPhone, so it could be done just around midnight on New Year's Eve. Two employees, including Huawei's digital marketing director, have been demoted and slashed their salaries by around $ 725 a month. (Apple shares had a brutal week, and the company put a lot of blame on China's cramped economy.)

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