Social media sites have become increasingly popular in the 21st century. Social Media is used by leadership and the general membership to publicize Kappa Alpha Psi’s and it’s member’s events, achievements, milestones and initiatives to the general public and to foster ready communication and inquiry between the interested public and the fraternity.

Definitions

Social media is defined as the websites, applications and mobile apps used for multimedia communication . Examples of such websites include, but are not limited to:

Guidelines

Information sent over the Internet is (typically) insecure and can eventually find its way into the public domain. This exposure is also applicable to “closed sites” such as “chat rooms” and “private sites”.

Members are encouraged to exercise extra due diligence when placing material at social media sites and should assume that it will be transmitted to the public notwithstanding any privacy controls.

Rules

The following rules must be followed for any account and any post from a chapter, officer or member of Kappa Alpha Psi.

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