It has become increasingly common for companies to have policies concerning employee online activities. I’ve previously blogged about what a company social media policy may legally require.
Most company social media policies require that if the employee identifies himself as an employee of the company, the employee must include a disclaimer such as the following:
The views expressed on this post are mine and do not necessarily reflect the views of the ABC Company.
But how does one include that 102-character disclaimer on a medium like Twitter that allows only 140 characters per message? Many people include the disclaimer as part of their Twitter profile. Here are some of the effective short disclaimers I’ve recently seen:
Tweets independent of ABC Company
Opinions my own
Tweets my own, composed for free.
Tweets in personal capacity
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