DOL social media policy

The use of social media by the Department of Licensing complements its mission to serve you well. That means being where you increasingly expect to find us — places such as Facebook, YouTubeTwitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. While these social media tools can be effective at engaging and assisting the public, the most comprehensive tool for information related to DOL is the agency’s website.

At dol.wa.gov, a visitor can renew a driver license in just minutes. In addition to time-saving online services, dol.wa.gov is an excellent resource for information about everything we do.

To help ensure your experience with our social media tools is positive, please consider the following policy and guidelines:

DISTRIBUTION

Anything you read that was originally produced by DOL and published on its social media tools may be distributed or reproduced. When and where appropriate, we ask that you attribute the information to the source. Information from external news sources or websites that you access from DOL’s social media may be subject to copyright and licensing restrictions (or laws), and you should check directly with sources before distributing such content.

LINKING

When you select a link to an outside website, you are leaving DOL’s social media tool and are subject to the privacy and security policies of the owners and/or sponsors of that site. DOL is not responsible for transmissions users receive from external websites.

DISCLAIMER OF ENDORSEMENT

Reference to any specific commercial products, processes or services, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name does not constitute endorsement or recommendation by DOL or its employees.

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