In case you were wondering, Recode is the world’s largest tech media outlet.
The tech news outlet is an invaluable source of information for the tech industry and its tech customers.
The site is a destination for technology journalists and for technology executives and investors alike.
Recode hosts a wide range of podcasts and news articles, as well as news and opinion pieces on tech.
For tech journalists, it’s a great place to gather and learn about technology and how to report on it.
But what happens when a bad tech story is released?
Recode’s TechBeat podcast, for example, was the subject of a major BuzzFeed hack in which BuzzFeed staff were accused of stealing the content.
TechBeat host Josh Duggar said he received an email from BuzzFeed executives complaining about Recode’s reporting of the BuzzFeed story.
Duggar wrote in an email to BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti that Recode reported on the BuzzFeed hack without permission.
“We got hacked, and the story you sent us about the hack was the exact opposite of what we wanted to report,” Duggar explained to BuzzFeed.
“We wanted to tell the story, but the hack happened.
And that story you were about to send us was not about the hacking but about a story that BuzzFeed executives told us.”
Duggar said the email was sent by BuzzFeed’s general counsel, which BuzzFeed has never commented on.
BuzzFeed has since fired Duggar and suspended his podcast.
“I was going to go to the site, and I was going, ‘Oh my God, they’ve hacked us,'” Duggar told BuzzFeed.
He was also concerned about his reputation, Duggar recalled.
“They’re saying I should be ashamed, and they’re saying, ‘Don’t even go to Recode.'”
A BuzzFeed spokesperson told Recode that the company did not have an active investigation into Duggar’s podcast.
BuzzFeed has not yet responded to a request for comment from Recode.
A Reddit user, TheRealDaniels, said he saw the email in the Recode TechBeat show but did not find the email’s source.
Recodes story included an email exchange between Duggar, Peretti, and Recode staffers.
TheRealDanes said he was initially concerned about the accuracy of Recode, which he said had been reporting on BuzzFeed for months.
But when he found out about the email from Duggar he was more concerned about what Duggar might have said.
“It was very disconcerting,” he said.
“I think the way I thought about it was that I had never seen anything like that before.
I thought they might be doing a story on a different story, and he might have been the one that got hacked.
And if that was the case, it was probably a bad story.””
I think that was a bad news story, even if it was true,” he added.
“If it was, it wouldn’t have been true.”