The purpose of this social media policy is to enable the State Bar to post matters of public interest concerning State Bar’s programs, activities, news stories and photos, and to enable members of the public to comment on those posts.
Persons who post on the State Bar’s social media accounts may not:
The State Bar may remove content that violates these guidelines.The State Bar is not responsible for, and neither endorses nor opposes, comments placed on its social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram) by visitors.
Any comments or other content posted or submitted to the State Bar's social media accounts for posting, as well as information pertaining to the State Bar's social media accounts' users and visitors, may be public records subject to disclosure pursuant to the California Public Records Act (Cal. Gov. Code § 6250 et seq.).