Telstra's Social Media Policy | BTalk Australia

Last Updated Apr 21, 2009 4:54 PM EDT


(9min 43) This week Telstra introduced a new company policy on social networking. It seems like a progressive approach to an issue that is impacting all large corporations around the world. So what can you say and not say online as a Telstra employee?

Phil Dobbie asks David Quilty, Telstra's Group MD for Public Policy & Communication, if the policy had been prompted by the case of Leslie Nassar, a Telstra staffer who masqueraded on Twitter as the "Fake Stephen Conroy". Who could be the next target?

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