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The Carolina Panthers made fun of the NFL’s ridiculous new social media rules

Last week we told you about the NFL’s new archaic, backwards, incomprehensible, mind-numbing, counter-productive, heavy-handed, anti-social social media policy for their franchises. In short, the NFL has now banned its own teams from sharing its own highlights from its own games on Twitter. Why? So the teams can retweet official NFL “branded” accounts and funnel […] The post The Carolina Panthers made fun of the NFL’s ridiculous new social media rules appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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