Social Media Policy

This Social Media Policy was last updated on December 1, 2017.

Blockchain Technology Research Innovations Corporation (BTRIC) maintains official pages or accounts on third-party social media websites in order to better engage with the public.  Your activity on those sites is goverened by the third-party website’s security and privacy policies.  Users of third-party sites often share information with the general public, user community, and/or the third-party operating the site.  Consequently, you should review the privacy policies of third-party sites before using them and ensure that you understand how your information may be shared and used.  You should also adjust privacy settings on your account on any third-party site to match your preferences.

Unless otherwise stated, BTRIC’s posts to third-party social media websites do not constitute endorcements of any person, product, or service.  BTRIC may feature and/or archive information that users submit or publish when engaging with our pages or accounts on third-party social media websites (e.g. by sending a message, posting a comment, “following”, “friending”, or taking similar actions).  This information may contain personal information, such as an individual’s username and other public account information, when such information is available based on the user’s privacy settings and the terms of the site.  For example:

  • On Twitter, BTRIC may archive “tweets” from our accounts and may capture “mentions” (tweets from other users to BTRIC accounts; these tweets contain an @ and the username of a BTRIC account (e.g. @BTIRCorg).
  • On Facebook, BTRIC may archive all content created by our pages and may capture any content posted on them (for example, the number of likes to the page and comments posted).

For aggregate statistical analysis and to improve the quality of our services, we may integrate web measurement tools with our third-party social media pages and accounts.  These tools enable basic analysis of social media traffic (such as the number of people visiting a certain page) and do not collect Personally Identifiable Information.

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