1. Individual computer users of networks, Internet and E-mail are responsible for their behavior and communications over a network. Each user is required to use the computer privilege in support of education or research and must be consistent with educational objectives. Access is a privilege – not a right. Cancellation of user privileges and/or appropriate disciplinary action will be taken for improper use and violation of rules.
2. Network Etiquette:
(a) Be polite, using appropriate language and pictures in messages to others. Inappropriate language, illegal activities and downloading inappropriate materials is prohibited.
(b) Respect and maintain user privacy. Do not reveal any personal addresses or phone numbers. Assume that all communication and information accessible through the network are private property. Copyright infringement is prohibited and illegal.
(c) Guard network security. Use the network appropriately in such a way that will not disrupt the use of the network by others.
(d) Damaging computers, computer systems or computer networks is prohibited and will not be tolerated.