OAG Twitter - A guide for the public
The Office of the Auditor-General is bound by the Twitter Terms of Service. You can read the Twitter Terms of Service here http://twitter.com/tos.
The following terms of usage do not interfere with your agreement to follow Twitter’s Terms of Service.
The Office of the Auditor-General has one official Twitter account – @auditor_general
Topics covered by the @auditor_general account will include:
- information about our staff and the work they do;
- alerts when audit and inquiry reports are published;
- links to new and previously published reports from our Office;
- alerts to new content on our website; and
- information about future reports and audits.
As a follower of the @auditor_general account, you can expect to see tweets whenever reports are published. We will not tweet on the weekends or public holidays.
The Auditor-General and Office of the Auditor-General do not endorse or approve of any opinions or philosophies of those who are followed by the @auditor_general. Likewise, the Office of the Auditor-General does not endorse or support the views and opinions of @auditor_general followers.
The @auditor_general account will be monitored Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 5.30pm NZ-time.
The Office of the Auditor-General staff member monitoring Twitter will strive to answer all @reply tweets.
All @replies will be read and passed on to staff at the Office of the Auditor-General.
By sending @replies to the @auditor_general account, you are providing your permission for the Office of the Auditor General to use, copy, and reproduce your content.
At the discretion of the staff member monitoring the @auditor_general account, @replies deemed abusive, unlawful, derogatory, discriminatory, or defamatory will be reported to Twitter and the accounts from which they originated will be blocked by @auditor_general. The Office is under no obligation to give any reason for its decision to block accounts.