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Responsible Tweeting

Responsible Tweeting

A Church of England diocese has issued a list of social media rules to its staff and clergy, urging them to consider God when tweeting the masses.  The guidelines range from practical security advice to more faith-based instructions, including a warning that updates are "transient yet permanent".  The list has been widely shared online, dubbed the "Twitter commandments".  Bath and Wells diocese said it compiled the nine rules to help "spread the word of God in the most effective way".  The guidelines aim to help parish staff "navigate through the social media landscape".

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