What are your obligations?

Australian Commonwealth & State social media archiving laws

In all Australian states and territories government led social media pages and conversations are considered a public record — but the legislation for record keeping can vary.

Use our interactive map to find out what your state or territory requires you to do to keep compliant with legislation.

Click on your state or territory and find out more:

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Why choose Brolly?

Even if your primary concern is to be compliant with the legislation, did you know you can also save time and money by removing the requirement to manually capture and preserve social media records?

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If you’re using social media to conduct council business, you should be archiving those conversations. It’s the law. Connect Brolly to be compliant in minutes.

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Say goodbye to hours of copying and pasting posts that constantly change. You’ll be fully compliant – and your customer service team will thank you.