Bulletin editorial policy
Social media policy
RASA uses social media to encourage exchange of information in an open and transparent environment. Social Media offers a responsive (real time) informal platform for members to access and share information on their computers, tablets and mobile devices.
We promote open and honest discourse. In the interests of maintaining harmony and balanced commentary, we ask all users to exercise good judgement when posting comments or replying to a comment. We encourage open debate and analysis of commentary.
However, we will not tolerate:
* derogatory or obscene posts
* sledging or personal attacks
* potentially defamatory comments
* any form of sexism, racism or vilification
* any postings that are regarded as being in “poor form” or irrelevant to the objectives of RASA
Postings that are inaccurate or misleading may be corrected or deleted by the Administrators.
Proper copyright and reference laws or standards should be observed when posting.
RASA Facebook administrators reserve the right to remove or delete inappropriate postings and block repeat offenders from accessing the page.
RASA is open to any Australian Amateur Radio operator or person interested in the hobby of Amateur Radio. We ask that you provide your full name, callsign (if any) and email address. We may confirm these details against the ACMA Database.
For our first 12 months joining is free. An annual fee will be struck on our first anniversary. During this time, a budget will be finalised and published for public viewing.
Any person who behaves in a manner contrary to our objectives, or in conflict with our Social Media Policy may have their membership cancelled.
Code of Conduct:
It is important that courtesy and good behaviour are maintained at all times.
Unsociable behaviour will not be tolerated.
The Radio Amateur Society of Australia (RASA) reserves the right to cancel membership at their sole discretion when a member’s conduct is considered unsatisfactory or inappropriate.
In this Policy 'personal information' and ‘confidential information’ has the same meaning as in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cwlth)
The RASA respects and values the privacy of information concerning our members and will comply with the requirements of the Privacy Act and the Australian Privacy Principles, in so far as they are applicable.
Collection, use and disclosure of information about persons and members.
The Radio Society of Australia (RASA) will only collect, use or disclose personal information about persons, members and clubs for purposes of:
- Maintaining the accuracy of the membership register
- Providing members with news and services
- Confirming member details
- Conducting research to support our objectives
Your personal information will not be shared with any third parties unless required by law.
You may, at any time, contact us and request we provide you with the personal information we hold about you. Should any of your personal details change, please advise us by sending an email to email@example.com