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The First Amendment & Social Media: Tips to Avoid Risk

Social media has become the primary source for many to keep up with current events, access the latest accurate information and engage with their community. But, as this uncontrolled online expression with an ability to influence public emotion grows, so does the misinformation, opposing viewpoints and extremist speech that comes with it. This year especially, officials have faced new volumes of comments that have made it more tempting than ever to block users, remove negativity or opposing viewpoints. And as First Amendment controversies continue to create a mass of lawsuits, we find ourselves amidst the greatest battleground for free expression, and how you handle it can be the difference between valuable engagement and eroded public trust.
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Brian Carter
Brain Carter leads the Sales & Marketing teams at ArchiveSocial, the world’s leading provider of social media archiving technology in the public sector. ArchiveSocial enables more than 2,700 forward-thinking government entities, law enforcement agencies, and K-12 school districts to openly and transparently communicate across social networking platforms, while ensuring legal protection and compliance with public records.

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