Difference between revisions of "Internal:Communications policy amendment"

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:5. <u>Generally Prohibited Statements</u>.  
 
:5. <u>Generally Prohibited Statements</u>.  
 
::(a) <u>Statements Concerning Candidates for Public Office</u>. No Social Media Statement concerning any person holding public office, or any candidate for such office, shall be made without the prior written authorization of the President.
 
::(a) <u>Statements Concerning Candidates for Public Office</u>. No Social Media Statement concerning any person holding public office, or any candidate for such office, shall be made without the prior written authorization of the President.
::(b) <u>Statements Concerning Legislation</u>. No Social Media Statement concerning any legislation, whether actual or proposed, shall be made without the prior written authorization of the Chair of the Public Policy Committee.
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::(b) <u>Statements Concerning Legislation</u>. No Social Media Statement concerning any legislation, whether actual or proposed, shall be made unless a related policy paper has been approved in accordance with the [[Advisory Committee Policy]].
  
 
:6. <u>Generally Authorized Statement </u>. Except as provided in Paragraph 5 of this Article, the following types of Social Media Statements are generally authorized, and may be made by any person who has been granted access to a Social Media account without further authorization:
 
:6. <u>Generally Authorized Statement </u>. Except as provided in Paragraph 5 of this Article, the following types of Social Media Statements are generally authorized, and may be made by any person who has been granted access to a Social Media account without further authorization:

Revision as of 19:12, 7 September 2019

Status: Under Review

Resolution

Notes

The following text is not part of the proposed resolution: