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LEGAL ISSUES Despite the growth and overall positive reports of how the public sector has embraced social media, there are a growing number of legal issues that governments will face in their use of social media. A. Open Meetings Act The policy behind open meetings laws is that government decision-making and legislation should be made openly, and not in secret or closed-door session, so that the general public can be fully informed and provide input regarding the proposed actions of the decision-making body. To this end, open meetings laws require that all meetings of decision-making bodies provide notice and be open to the public (with certain statutorily provided exceptions). Communications which take place on a social media platform have the potential to run afoul of open meeting laws. Without realizing it, these communications: “friending,” “tweeting,” “messaging,” “blogging” - all considered informal by most people’s standards - can constitute a “meeting” under most open meeting law regimes. Because of the “newness” of social networking by government officials, there is little guidance from the courts. The Florida Attorney General, however, has issued an opinion that a government social media site would likely implicate the state open meetings requirements, among other sunshine laws. Given the potential for criminal penalties in some states’ open meetings laws government officials should be advised to avoid contemporaneous discussions or debates of public business (such as the benefits or impacts of a particular development proposal) on social networking sites or in chat rooms, and should ensure that their social networking interactions comply with applicable open meetings laws. B. Freedom of Information Act and Records Retention Laws Communication via a government-sponsored or maintained website or social media site (including comments and other postings) is likely to be subject to public records laws if it concerns government business. While the Freedom of Information laws may not specifically mention social media records, some states that have encountered this issue have determined that these records are subject to FOIA. For example, the Florida Attorney General has opined that information on a government social networking site would be subject to public disclosure and records retention laws 5 if the information was made or received in connection with the transaction of official business by or on behalf of the public agency. Thus, governments must be aware that state law may require that these records be retained indefinitely or that permission must be sought prior to destroying them under public records law, and that the records must often be provided upon request. A good rule of thumb is that governments should avoid creating new material on social networking sites and instead use existing material that is already maintained for local records law compliance.
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