Ensure Compliance with Public Records Laws
Rebecca Medina Stewart Director of Public Affairs and Marketing, City of Deerfield Beach, FL
Connect a Twitter account and we’ll create your sample archive in less than 60 seconds.
Bronlea Mishler Communications Coordinator, Skagit County, WA
Whether for a public records request, legal request, or any other situation, find and produce records of social media within minutes — even if that information has been deleted from the social networking sites.
“Having ArchiveSocial in place allows us to do advanced searches, so that if we do get a (records) request, we would immediately be able to do that search and pull the correct records.” Watch the Video: When a Comment Becomes a Crisis Skagit County, WA
In the event of a lawsuit involving activity on your social media accounts, it’s critical to have complete electronic records preserved in an authentic manner — otherwise, your records might not be admissible in a court of law.
We use ArchiveSocial to capture that [social media] data for us, and it captures the metadata in the background, which allows us to use that information to be submissible in court, if ever necessary.
Nichol Figueiredo Public Information Records Access Officer & Webmaster Framingham, MA
Centralize the oversight of your social media accounts, and make it easy to replay your social media as it happened, for internal review.
“The more players you have within your organization, the more channels you have to manage — you’ll want to consider something automated to capture everything, and that will give your agency peace of mind.”
Cheryl Golden Communications Manager City of Fremont