Inside the CBC is the “official” CBC blog, written most of the time by Tod Maffin. The Tea Makers is an unofficial CBC blog pseudonymously written by Ouimet. In this Tea Makers thread, we have evidence that the writer of the official CBC blog is threatening the writer of an unofficial one, something that even CBC management has never attempted.

I’d say that pretty much finishes Inside the CBC.

And if you work at CBC, according to a policy document, ostensibly you will never be permitted to mention your employer on your blog unless your boss approves. In other words, your boss can ixnay your entire blog. I’d say that pretty much finishes blogging at the CBC.

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