In wake of KU Twitter controversy, Kansas regents approve new policy for faculty use of social media

| December 19, 2013

In wake of KU Twitter controversy, Kansas regents approve new policy for faculty use of social media

The Kansas Board of Regents on Wednesday approved its first-ever policy aimed at addressing the way faculty and staff at six state universities use social media.Establishing the policy was a direct result of controversy that erupted earlier this year when University of Kansas associate professor David Guth wrote on his personal Twitter account about the National Rifle Association and its members’ children. The comments went viral, and Guth was put on administrative leave until the university could figure out how to respond.

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