CNN President Jeff Zucker told employees in an email Wednesday not to share images or geotags “that would reveal your location,” following the removal of a suspicious device from CNN’s New York City offices.
“We have no particular reason to be concerned, but just think it would be the most cautious approach,” Zucker wrote. Zucker also said in the email that the network is “putting up magnetometers at the entrances” of its Atlanta headquarters; the facility is open to the public.
Read Zucker’s latest email in full below:
11:40 am update from Jeff Zucker on security and safety following the evacuation of CNN’s NYC bureau: pic.twitter.com/zojw2T0Juf
— CNN Communications (@CNNPR) October 24, 2018