Tasmanian government social media records are public records

“If a member of the public, or someone who uses your services uses your tweets or posts to make an important decision or take an action, then you may need to show exactly what information was posted at a specific point in time and any related interactions or transactions. Something which seems minor can be critical evidence later on.” – Office of the State Archivist

A social media archive is not just best practice. It’s also a legal requirement.

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Your free guide to Tasmanian and federal government social media archiving covers:

  • A list of government acts for Australia-wide legislation related to managing social media records
  • A comprehensive list of Tasmanian state legislation
  •  Other legislation you may need to know if you’re in the health or justice system
  • A bonus checklist that is the must-have go-to when creating a social media archive


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