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I attended the APHA Round Table and agree that a necessary next step toward buy-in by the "Lawyers & Leaders" is a guidance document on the evaluation of social media. In local health jurisdictions, another major challenge appears to be IT staff blocking use of social networking sites, potentially due to use of outdated information on the security of such sites. A guidance document for IT staff on the implementation of social media would be helpful to overcome this obstacle.

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