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PostSubject: FA Statement re Social Networking Sites   Mon 14 Feb 2011, 11:30 am

The FA expects the County FAs to enforce the following policy:

"The FA has issued clarification to participants relating to the use of social networking sites, including, but not limited to Twitter, Facebook, and internet blogs.

Participants should be aware that comments made on such sites may be considered public comment, and that further to FA Rule E3, any comments which are deemed improper, bring the game into disrepute, or are threatening, abusive, indecent or insulting may lead to disciplinary action.

Comments which are personal in nature or could be construed as offensive, use foul language or contain direct or indirect threats aimed at other participants are likely to be considered improper.

Care should be exercised with regard to the content of such postings. In addition, we would remind participants that social networking postings could also lead to civil proceedings being brought by affected parties."

The Alliance League will continue to monitor and delete postings which may be covered by the above policy to protect the League and the User, but the responsibility remains with the User.

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