According to the new work proposal, the technical activity would focus on tools, methods, and best practices associated with the online reputations of organizations, companies, services, products, and individuals in connection with social media, as well as efficient processes, practices, and measures linked to data that can be captured through searches on social media websites. This new technical activity would exclude standardization work on related topics already overseen by other ISO technical committees (TCs) and subcommittees (SCs), including: standardization related to privacy and data protection frameworks and security information standardization; management system standardization; standardization related to fraud countermeasures and controls; and brand evaluation standardization.
All comments on this proposal should be sent to Steven Cornish, ANSI senior director for international policy (email@example.com). Feedback received by the December 6 deadline will be reviewed and compiled for the recommended ANSI position and comment, which will then be presented to the ANSI ISO Council for formal approval.
The full proposal filed by AFNOR is available online.
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