SSA social media community guidelines
The Statistical Society of Australia uses social media to share information about SSA, and to enable conversations and feedback. Our followers can expect to receive regular updates including:
We may follow or like accounts run by other organisations or individuals. We may also retweet, share social media content that contains information or material related to the SSA. This does not mean endorsement or guarantee the accuracy of any third-party information. Posts made by the public to our social media accounts are the responsibility of that person. They do not reflect SSA’s opinion or policy.
You can find us on these social media channels:
Our social media channels are updated and monitored during standard business hours and may be monitored outside of business hours.
We reserve the right to report or remove any posts or comments that do not comply with the:
1. Twitter terms of service
2. Facebook Statement of rights and responsibilities
3. Facebook community standards
4. Linkedin User agreement
We may also report or remove any content or comments that:
We may also block users who breach these terms.
If you have any feedback on these rules or our social media activity, please contact us via our social media pages. For information or enquiries about the SSA, please direct your enquiries to our Executive Officer, Marie-Louise Rankin (email@example.com).