The Nebraska Tourism Department announced Wednesday that it will close its website for the rest of the year and will not send out social media invites.
Nebras tourism department said the information it posts online will be restricted to the information that can be verified by the State Department of Health.
NeBras tourism director, Jeff Smith said, “It was really hard to keep it all together, because it’s not like you just get to know the people and that’s it.
I had to keep track of all the people, all the places, all of the information.”
Smith said NeBrs social media accounts have been shut down for at least a month because of the Ebola virus.
NeBers website is on the Federal Trade Commission’s list of sites subject to the FTC’s online protection and enforcement action.
The FTC also prohibits companies from using the Internet to sell products or services.
The Nebrs department posted its decision to the Nebraska Tourism website Wednesday afternoon, with an image of a message from the Department of Tourism’s chief information officer, David Evers, and an email from the commissioner.
Evers said the department was also planning to make sure that NeBr’s website is accessible by email.
Smith said the Nebraska tourism department would not be able to contact anyone who is a registered visitor.
Ne Brs website is currently offline for “security reasons,” he said.
Ne brs website will be accessible by phone at 9 am Tuesday through 9 pm Tuesday at Nebr s website, which is available to anyone in the state, according to Smith.
Ne bers website has been open since March 28, and has posted more than 3 million page views since then, he said, but that is not enough for the department to shut it down.
Ne Bris tourism website has received a lot of attention for its location and content, but its main purpose is to show visitors how to get to Nebr as quickly as possible, Smith said.
Smith did not specify what the site’s content is, but said the main content is to let people know how to contact Nebr at any time and provide information on travel and accommodations.
Smith also said the Nebr website is no longer accepting reservations for tours, although people can still make reservations online.
Smith called the closure “a very tough decision.”
The department did not say when it would resume its website or how many visitors were affected.
The Nebraska tourism website was shut down on Monday due to a software bug that allowed people to post unverified information.
In addition, the department posted a notice that Ne Br s website could be hacked if a visitor tried to use it for personal business.
Ne Brus site will remain closed until all of its systems are fixed, Evers wrote.
E brs social network posts will be available to people who registered on NeBr s website as soon as they are able to do so, E vers said.
The state has also launched a web page, which you can use to check on local weather, and posted a list of restaurants to help travelers find restaurants near the border.
Ne Bs website, on the other hand, will be temporarily closed.
The department is working to restore the site as quickly and efficiently as possible.
The website has about 7,400 users, Smith wrote.