Social Media Policy

SICCDA operates the following Social Media channels: - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Google+.

Users of our Social Media must not:

  • Create or transmit material that might be defamatory or incur liability for SICCDA or other parties

  • Post message, status updates or links to material or content that is inappropriate. Inappropriate content includes: pornography, racial or religious slurs, gender-specific comments, information encouraging criminal skills or terrorism, or materials relating to cults, gambling and illegal drugs

  • This definition of inappropriate content or material also covers any text, images or other media that could reasonably offend someone on the basis of race, age, sex, religious or political beliefs, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law

  • Use social media for any illegal or criminal activities

  • Send offensive or harassing material to others via social media

  • Broadcast unsolicited views on social, political or religious matters

  • Send or post messages or material that could damage SICCDA’s image or reputation

  • Interact with SICCDA competitors in any ways which could be interpreted as being offensive, disrespectful or rude

  • Discuss their work colleagues, work competitors, work customers or work suppliers without their approval

  • Post, upload, forward or link to spam, junk email or chain emails and messages

  • Share or link to any content or information owned by SICCDA or their employers that could be considered confidential or commercially sensitive

  • Always be aware of the security and data protection issues that can arise from using social networks. See https://www.dataprotection.ie/docs/Home/4.htm

  • Publish or share any copyrighted software, media or materials owned by third parties, unless permitted by that third party.

Basically… treat others the way you would like to be treated.