CST is now on Facebook and Twitter

5 Jul 2011 by CST

CST is now active on the social networking sites Facebook and Twitter. You can follow CST on both platforms by clicking on the buttons below.

CST will retain its core focus as a community security organisation that monitors and cares for the victims of antisemitism. The Facebook page will include a facility for people to report antisemitic incidents, and also to donate to CST.

CST’s Twitter account will feature our blog posts, articles of interest that we recommend and other appropriate information. The Facebook page will be automatically updated with anything posted on the Twitter account, as well as other articles or information.

In creating the CST Twitter and Facebook accounts, we have compiled guidelines for safe Social Networking, to help people protect their personal information online. These guidelines include detailed advice on personal security settings and online behaviour, and can be accessed via our Facebook page or from this link (pdf).

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