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We get it. You enjoy posting on social media websites. Facebook, Twitter, Yik Yak, Fade, Unseen, Shush, Secret, Instagram, Snapchat, Vine, Pinterest. All we ask is that you be smart about your social media usage. The Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities does not regularly monitor any social media websites. OSRR does receive reports from students about sites, which can lead to an investigation if the content violates the Standards for Student Conduct. Be smart about who, what, where, when, and why you post to social media websites. It can lead to not only Cal Poly sanctions, but also it can lead to court and jail.
Being anonymous does not give you power. Under the right circumstances, posting anonymously can provide an outlet to vent. Under many circumstances, anonymous posts occur because the content of the post is defamatory, illegal, or discriminatory. Use the following guidelines if you question your SnapChat, YikYak, or Fade post. Remember, anyone can take a screen shot, and it usually does not take a whole lot of effort to determine who posted "anonymously."
Most of this is common sense, but we just want to reinforce simple principles that you should abide by when using Social Media.
If you think someone is doing something that does not meet the values that Cal Poly students should uphold, help OSRR and the campus community remove the information. You can:
If campus works together, we can ensure that all of the social media posts are positive!
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