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Social Media Terms of Use

Social Media Strategy Policies and Procedures

The Office of the Provincial Auditor uses LinkedIn and Twitter as channels of communication in addition to its website. The Office’s social media accounts are public and not hosted on the Office’s servers. Users who choose to interact with us via social media should refer to the terms of service and privacy policies of the social media service providers and those of any apps used to access them.

Following and unfollowing 

Following – The Office of the Provincial Auditor may “follow”, “favourite” or “subscribe” to other social media accounts that are relevant to the work of our Office. Such actions do not imply endorsement of that account, page, site, user or channel. This includes re-tweeting, reposting or linking to content from another user. We do not commit to following back accounts or users who follow us.  

Followers – The Office of the Provincial Auditor encourages LinkedIn and Twitter users to follow us. We may block or report users who post inappropriate content (See Inappropriate Conduct), especially if it is directed at our Office or a staff member.  

Direct messages, questions, and comments 

The Office of the Provincial Auditor reads direct messages and questions or comments that it is tagged in (@ProvAuditorSK). We will reply if we feel the message requires a response. Any questions or comments that contain inappropriate content will be reported. As the Office’s social media accounts are not monitored 24/7, responses to queries may be delayed. If an immediate response is required, users can contact the Office during its business hours.  

Inappropriate Conduct 

The Office of the Provincial Auditor reserves the right to take action when any follower writes messages containing any of the following: 

• Racist, sexist or derogatory language
• Hate speech
• Sexually explicit content
• Personal or slanderous attacks
• Privacy violations (e.g., posting private information such as telephone numbers or email addresses)
• Threats or harassment
• Spam messages
• Unlawful content or content pertaining to unlawful activities
• Offensive language
 

The Office will block and/or report users to the appropriate authorities whose messages contain any of the above. We have the right to remove/edit/modify any content on our pages that does not adhere to the social media terms of use.