Public Records and Social Media

Public Records and Social Media

Government and public agencies in the U.S., like many other PR and communications organizations, increasingly turn to social media to connect with constituents. In doing so, they must still comply with both the Freedom of Information Act, as well as local and state public records laws.

In this tip sheet, “Practical Tips for Public Information Officers and PR Professionals: Public Records and Social Media,” you’ll learn:

  • Why compliance with public records laws matter.
  • How privacy factors into online engagement.
  • What solutions are available to help you archive and manage social media material subject to public records laws.

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