Social networking policies


I’m trying to get a list together of published social networking policies – or at least published drafts).  At the moment I have:

I am sure I have more of these lurking in my inbox but would really appreciate hearing from anyone else who can add to this list.  Many thanks

4 comments
  1. Fraser

    October 13, 2009 at 9:32 am

    This is interesting:-

    http://carlhaggerty.wordpress.com/2009/05/01/final-draft-social-media-and-online-participation-policy-and-guidelines/

    Personally think the best approach is tracking back to the original cabinet office publication for civil servants and POI review recommendations.

    There’s a reason why the civil service code is short – so that it doesn’t stifle participation in the channel (see Warwick policy!). NorthLincs are in this process and should have a very nice hybrid.

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  2. John Bullivent

    October 13, 2009 at 10:40 am

    We in North Lincs had a meeting re.social web policy last Thursday. Had a look at Devon, Warks, IBM….and thought we’d do our own (with a little copy & paste here and there).
    The meeting was VERY positive and brought up lots of interesting issues e.g. bandwidth usage on council infrastructure, the time spent by audit/HR/IT working on disciplinary cases of “over enthusiastic” web users,….

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  3. Peter Cruickshank

    October 17, 2009 at 5:31 pm

    Coincidentally, a link to this was just tweeted by Dinand Tinholt:

    A database of 106 social media policies – including 30 for government. Covers a mix of public and private organisations, mostly from around the Anglosphere.

    Might be useful? It’d be good if the list is kept up to date, but iy may last just as long as the book it’s aimed at takes to write.

    OK, the fact that it’s (a) Saturday evening and (b) the info came via a tweet says more than I’d like about my nerdiness!

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