30 days of human comms #45 University of Reading

I’ve written before about the trend for drawing a line in the sand on social media.

It’s something I’m in favour at he right time and right place.

Normally, I’ve featured things that are pretty defensible. The police Facebook comment pointing out that the reason we have speed cameras is death on the road, for example.

This tweet from the University of Reading either is just the right side of things or oversteps the mark.

Personally, I get it.

On the Public Sector Comms Headspace Facebook group, there was dissenting voices between those who liked and those who think this is helping to coarsen debate.

There is no one size fits all with content. This may work in some organisations but not in others.

Using an unscientific yardstick, there are more than 5,000 likes and of the replies there was mix of comments.

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