AIM Regulation has published an update on how social media (such as "twitter", the company's website and other non-regulatory news feeds) interacts with the disclosure obligations under the AIM Rules. It clarifies that these forms of communication are subject to the same rules regarding disclosure of regulatory information. Disclosure by social media alone will not meet an AIM company's disclosure obligations; it is not a substitute for making a notification under the AIM Rules and traditional means of regulatory dissemination (such as regulatory information service (RIS)) will take precedence. AIM Rule 31 requires an AIM company to have in place sufficient procedures, resources and controls to enable it to comply with the AIM rules. AIM regulation states that such systems, procedures and resources should take into account the use of social media and other electronic communication.