Social networking sites present a record-keeping quandary for public agencies and officials who must follow Florida's open government and public-records laws, reports the Naples Daily News. The laws demand that officials keep all correspondence regarding official business, allowing anyone to ask to view those communications at any time. But no real precedent exists for media such as Twitter and MySpace, Lee County School Board attorney Keith Martin said. The district established a Twitter profile in March at, but Lee County Communications Director Joe Donzelli said the district's foray into social networking will end there--at least for the time being.


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