I guess the attempt to conceal the identity of the whistleblower who exposed Pinterest failed:
According to O’Keefe, the whistleblower has already been fired by the big brother social media company.
I honestly thought they did a good job of concealing his identity, but I guess that wasn’t enough. O’Keefe says there was a certain amount of risk in doing this and the whistleblower accepted it.
Hopefully this doesn’t ruin his reputation. I know people talk, but legally Pinterest can’t discuss why they fired him to other companies. It’s crucial that his identity remain anonymous, but something tells me he’s gonna be outed by someone who wants him punished.