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Watch Australian Dept of Justice Explain its Social Media Policy in Three Minutes

BY Lisa Goldman | Wednesday, October 24 2012

Screenshot from Department of Justice video.

The Department of Justice for Victoria, Australia, created a 3-minute video that explains cogently, in simple terms that do not patronize, what social media is and the steps an employee of the department must take in order to use it responsibly. It's smart, fun and wonderfully communicative. And best of all, it treats its staff like adults.

Click here to read the longer version of the department's social media policy.

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