Social media provides a valuable and timely way for the Cybrarium to disseminate information and promote Cybrarium-related news, events, projects and services. It also serves to inspire conversation and expand the Cybrarium’s connection with the community. The Cybrarium is a central figure in the community and aims to bring the community together through social media, mirroring the interactions in its physical space.
Social media is defined as any web application, site, or account created and maintained by the Cybrarium.
The Cybrarium welcomes the comments, posts, and messages of the community and recognizes and respects differences in opinion. However, all comments, posts, and messages will be periodically reviewed and the Cybrarium reserves the right to, but is not required to, remove any comment, post, or message that it deems inappropriate, as indicated below.
The Cybrarium is not responsible for or liable for any content posted by any participant in a Cybrarium social media forum who is not a member of the Cybrarium’s staff.
Users should have no expectation of privacy in postings on Cybrarium sponsored social media sites; by using such sites, users consent to the Cybrarium’s right to access, monitor, and read any postings on those sites. Users must understand that social media is permanent, retrievable, and public. Messages can potentially be read by anyone once posted, regardless of status on Friends, Follower, or Subscriber List. The Cybrarium recommends that users do not post their personal information or contact information on social media sites.
The Cybrarium reserves the right to reproduce comments, posts and messages in other public venues; such reproduction may be edited for space or content while retaining the original intent of the post.
Content containing any of the following will be removed immediately from any Cybrarium social media forum:
In addition, users are expected to abide by the terms and conditions set by third party social media platforms as well as follow appropriate Federal and State Law.
The Cybrarium asks that individual user complaints be addressed directly to the Cybrarium Administration so they can be addressed quickly and specifically. Social Media is not the mechanism used by the Cybrarium to document or address Cybrarium user problems and concerns, or influence Cybrarium policy, procedures, or programs.
The Florida Public Records Law (Florida Statutes, Chapter 119) requires that government agencies preserve public records regardless of physical form. Public records that must be preserved include digital records (posts) created through social media and any raw material used to create the post. Such records will be retained by the City and available upon request.
By choosing to comment you agree to these rules.Adopted: January 12, 2021