Victorian government social media records are public records

Victorian state and local government must comply with commonwealth and state laws for managing social media records. Relevant Victorian Acts include The Public Records Act 1973, Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014, Freedom of Information Act 1982 and other Acts that might apply to the sector you serve. 

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

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Your free guide to Victorian 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 Victorian 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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