Britain's Royal Household Looking to Hire Social Media Officer
Britain's Royal Household Looking to Hire Social Media Officer Due to the mass following UK's royalty has on social media, abusive comments have become a huge problem.
These rules state that the household can delete comments it sees unfit and even report them to authorities.
This new role as Digital Communications Officer works out of Buckingham Palace and pays £30,000 a year.
Responsibilities include writing articles and maintaining online platforms. Queen Elizabeth II herself is also taking more of a role on social media.
This past March, she wrote her first Instagram post in London.
Queen Elizabeth II, via @TheRoyalFamily