A social media policy pearl

The best government social media guidelines so far come from New Zealand and the rare mix of a down-to-earth decision framework and plain common sense is a must-read for policymakers everywhere.

I usually tend to be quite critical with governments as they come out with social media policies and guidelines that are full of good intention but usually fail to meet the intended goal of stimulating its use by erring too much on the side of risk management and institutional presence.

Having said that, I just browsed through two documents that were published by the New Zealand government:

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