Victorian nurses and midwives on Facebook have taken to using code names to discuss protests after the Baillieu government demanded that all comments on the Australian Nursing Federation's (ANF) Facebook page that "organise, advise or assist" industrial action must be deleted. A letter written by lawyers acting on behalf of the Baillieu government and sent to ANF lawyers states: "We also require that you confirm in writing that, once deletions have been effected, the ANF continue to maintain its social media websites to ensure that comments of a similar nature are immediately deleted." Rather than discussing events explicitly (more than 1000 Victorian nurses have taken part in rolling work stoppages at 15 public hospitals to protest against changes to the patient-to-nurse ratio and substituting nurses for "nursing assistants")  the updates by the Australian Nursing Federation on its Facebook page do not specify that the photos it posts are of workers taking industrial action. Instead it keeps all of its official comments very general, referring instead to morning teas, bake offs and barbeques:

Other ANF nurses have taken to calling industrial action "walking clubs" to try and get around the ban. The following posts all come from the ANF Facebook page (although they were not posted by the ANF):