No statute or reported case specifically addresses meetings held via social media or online discussion board. However, the Georgia Supreme Court has consistently held that the Act "must be broadly construed to effect its purpose of protecting the public and individuals for closed-door meetings." See, e.g., Kilgore v. R.W. Page Corp., 261 Ga. 410, 405 S.E.2d 655 (1991). Additionally, the Georgia Court of Appeals has indicated that a "meeting" may be conducted "by written, telephonic, electronic, wireless, or other virtual means. Claxton Enter. v.