The ABCRA social media policy is very clear on the use of social media by members. The ABCRA has a no tolerance approach to comments made that are derogatory or defamatory towards the board, members, committees, staff and/or informational posts.
We use social media in conjunction with our website to help with keeping members up to date with current information. On the most part we would like to thank members for their constructive and positive feedback and comments.
ABCRA reserve the right to remove inappropriate posts and/or ban people from the page.
SOCIAL MEDIA -¬ CODE OF CONDUCT REQUIREMENTS
1. All comments, notes or photos posted on social media sites in relation to the ABCRA including its Board, management and staff, ABCRA Affiliated Committees or ABCRA sanctioned events and its members are to be constructive or positive in their nature.
2. No material that is vulgar, obscene, derogatory, defamatory, threatening, harassing, discriminatory or hateful is to be posted.
The ABCRA asks that when you are unsure of any matter that is causing concern, to please address these directly by contacting Head Office by email (email@example.com) or phone (02) 6767 9200 rather than by public post that is inaccurate and misleading to the reader based on the writers own assumptions.