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Social Media Policies and Guidelines

This guide is meant to provide our Library users and online community members with a Code of Conduct for social media posts and interactions and to provide Library staff with the tools necessary to successfully manage the Library's social media accounts.

Social Media Code of Conduct

Social Media Code of Conduct

LSC-CyFair Library is committed to using social media to promote the Library and maintain communication with its users.

We encourage you to communicate with the Library online. If you post content to the Library’s social media profiles then you are granting the Library a non-exclusive, perpetual, worldwide, irrevocable license to use the material without payments to you. If you are not willing to grant the Library these rights, please do not contribute content to our website or social media pages. Content posted by the public is not the opinion of the Library.

The Library reserves the right to block problematic users and social media accounts. The Library may alter or remove objectionable content that contains profanity, obscenity, or violence; defamatory or personal attacks; discriminatory content; threats; trademark or copyright violations; unrelated content; and any content violating the policy of the social media site or a federal, state, or local law. The Library reserves the right to deny access to Library social media sites for any member of the public who posts objectionable content.


Sharing of other social media profiles, media, or websites does not constitute an endorsement or guarantee of accuracy by the Library.