SBU’s social media channels

We are active on several social media platforms to communicate about our reports, courses, conferences and more. Feel free to follow us!

SBU uses the following social media channels:  

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Posts are public records 

Posts via SBU’s social media channels are public records. They can be read by others and will be accessible via search engines. The posts are archived by SBU. 
Posts published by users other than SBU are not to be regarded as information from SBU and do not necessarily convey the authority’s views. 

Posts may be removed 

SBU reserves the right to remove its own and others’ posts on SBU’s social media channels. Posts which can be interpreted as criminal conduct*, contain confidential information or information on personal or economic circumstances for private individuals will be removed immediately. We will also remove material posted for commercial purposes. SBU may block users who post such content.  

Please let us know about contributions which violate these rules by mailing 

When you visit and use SBU’s channels in social media, SBU may get access to your personal data: Processing of personal data ( 

*Such as abusive information/crimes against the Personal Data Act, instigation of insurrection, threats against ethnic groups, child pornography crimes, unlawful depiction of violence, infringements of intellectual property rights, or infringements of rights which are protected by the provisions of Ch. 5 of the Act on Copyright in Literary and Artistic Works. 

When you visit and use SBU's channels in social media

SBU has accounts with LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook. These companies can store data about you. SBU may have access to information about page visitors. Your profile is visible if you comment or share SBU's posts. Your posts in our channels are public documents. The lawful ground is Public interest since the handling of public documents is part of the public service obligation.

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