Social media policy

Our use of social media is governed by some simple rules which we hope you think are fair and reasonable. PTA-UK encourages open and constructive discussion with stakeholders on it’s social media pages, and this statement outlines the principles which we will use to ensure that these conversations are appropriate.

By submitting content to any of PTA-UK’s social media sites, including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest and Google +, you agree to participate in a respectful manner.

PTA-UK will not accept content which may cause distress to other users, or posts which are damaging, illegal, inflammatory or misleading.

PTA-UK accepts no liability for errors and omissions, or misuse of copyright or personal information in breach of these rules.

PTA-UK reserve the right to remove any content which is off-topic, commercial or overtly promotes organisations or programs without the permission of PTA-UK. Persistent abusers may be prevented from adding further contributions.

Users are fully responsible for the content they add to any of PTA-UK’s social media sites, and PTA-UK does not accept liability for views, opinions or advice expressed by users contributing to discussions on their social media pages.

Postings by PTA-UK on their social media sites are for information purposes only and do not necessarily reflect the views of the organisation.

Links to external content do not constitute endorsement of third party organisations, entities or the views contained therein.

Users understand that PTA-UK may use content submitted by users for research and promotional purposes.

PTA-UK retains copyright of all original material published by us and this should not be used without specific consent.

Our Privacy Policy can be viewed here.

Please contact us if have any questions, complaints or feedback.