1) Texas Workforce Commission (TWC)
To protect confidentiality, factuality, and avoid harassing or other inappropriate language or comments, all incoming posts will be monitored by designated TWC staff before posting. Comments that are in compliance with the terms issued above will not be edited for content, typos, spelling or grammatical errors.
When monitoring a social media site that allows posted comments, TWC will not publish comments that disregard agency social media site policy including those comments that
- are clearly off-topic;
- contain confidential or personal information;
- include copyright violations;
- include profanity, racist, sexist, or derogatory content;
- present partisan political views;
- endorse any type of commercial product or service;
- contain fraudulent or harassing material; or
- appear to be or contain any type of SPAM or disseminated-in-mass content.
The responsibility for comment review and approval will be granted to individuals authorized by the TWC Communications Department, the Director of External Relations, and the Executive Director.
2) Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR)
TDLR’s social media initiative is an extension of its commitment to communicate openly with its customers in the way they prefer. The purpose of TDLR’s social media pages is to facilitate conversations that benefit you and the agency alike.
While we encourage your participation on our social media pages, please keep your postings family friendly. We ask that you follow our posting guidelines. If you do not comply, your post will be removed.
- We do not allow graphic, obscene, explicit or racial comments or submissions, nor do we allow content that is abusive, hateful or that may be perceived as defamatory toward anyone or any organization, such as a licensee, an elected official and/or a TDLR employee.
- We do not allow solicitations or advertisements. This includes promotion or endorsement of any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency.
- We do not allow attempts to defame or defraud any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency.
- We do not allow postings that suggest or encourage illegal activity.
- We do not allow posts that could compromise TDLR investigations.
- You participate at your own risk, taking personal responsibility for your comments, your photos, your username and any information provided.
- Users who repeatedly violate the posting policy may be blocked from TDLR’s Facebook page.
TDLR’s social media pages are intended to make communication easier but they are not the appropriate venue for complaints about a specific individual, business or organization. We do not allow these types of complaints on TDLR’s social media pages. Instead, please use these resources:
- Submit license violation complaints here.
- Submit complaints about a specific TDLR employee, commissioner or advisory board member to TDLR’s customer relations representative, Stephen Bruno, by phone at (512) 463-7574 or email.
3) University of Houston (UH)
UH is committed to fostering a learning environment that allows for freedoms of speech and expression in accordance with the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution (See MAPP 13.01.01 - Freedom of Expression). Please be aware, however, that UH will not tolerate any activity or posting that loses First Amendment protection such as any unlawful, obscene (as commonly defined by applicable federal and Texas law), or defamatory activity or posting. UH reserves the right to remove any such posting without notice.