The Board of Taxation uses social media to share information and links about our role, current work and taxation reform priorities. We welcome your participation and comments on our social media pages, including LinkedIn, Twitter and the Board’s Sounding Board platform.
Your comments, posts, messages and input are welcome, provided they show courtesy and respect to others, and encourage a respectful dialogue and comply with our values and policies.
While user generated comments are not edited, to ensure a positive experience for visitors of our social media sites, the following behaviour will not be tolerated and we will remove offending content and block the contributor:
- comments which are defamatory, offensive, obscene, vulgar or depicting violence;
- acting in a manner which is abusive, harassing, stalking, threatening or attacking others;
- language that is hateful, targets race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, gender, nationality and/or political beliefs;
- commercial solicitation or solicitation of donations;
- trolling or deliberately disrupting discussion;
- violations of any intellectual property rights; or
- content encouraging illegal activity.
Your use of any social media platform is at your own risk, and subject to the terms and conditions of that site; these terms are conditions are not under the control of the Board of Taxation.
The Board of Taxation may record information posted to social media accounts and use that information for administrative purposes, for record keeping and for considering and/or addressing any comments made. No attempt will be made to further identify people except where requested and authorised by law.
If you have any queries, concerns or require further information relating to privacy please contact us by one of the means described on our contact web page.
Posts by third parties do not reflect the opinions or policies of the Board of Taxation. The views expressed by individuals are those of the individual contributor.