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SBD Global/May 22, 2013/Media
Cricket Australia Ponders Social Media Policy In Light Of Twitter Controversy
Published May 22, 2013
STAYING CONNECTED: In Sydney, Peter Kogoy reported Sutherland "wants players to continue interacting with fans on social media." Sutherland said, "Absolutely (I'll encourage players to use social media) -- it's very important. In a broad sense, it is a fine line between saying the right thing and not. We at Cricket Australia are certainly conscious of encouraging our players to speak out when appropriate" (THE AUSTRALIAN, 5/22).