The JIBC provides Information and Educational Technology (IET) resources to JIBC staff, faculty and students to support the teaching, learning, research and administrative goals and functions of the JIBC. These IET resources are valuable community assets which are expected to be used and managed responsibly to ensure their integrity, security and availability for the educational and administrative activities of the JIBC.
This policy establishes guidelines for both acceptable and unacceptable uses of JIBC owned or leased IET resources, thereby ensuring a stable, effective and efficient operation while minimizing potential disruption and risk.
Breaches of this Policy may be subject to the full range of disciplinary and other formal actions up to and including dismissal. In addition to any other sanctions that JIBC may levy in the event of a violation, JIBC may withdraw computing privileges and network access.
JIBC reserves the right to limit, restrict or extend computing privileges and access to its computing and communications resources, including all information stored therein.
NOTE: This Policy is not intended to set forth an exhaustive list relating to the use of JIBC computing resources. All users continue to be subject to all applicable laws and JIBC policies.
This Policy and related Procedures apply to:
Freedom of Expression
Users should be aware that, while the JIBC has programs to screen emails for viruses, worms etc., its practice is not to control the information available on our campus network.
All users must comply with the JIBC Harassment Policies
Examples of Illegal Uses
The following are representative examples only and do not comprise a comprehensive list of illegal uses:
Examples of Unacceptable Uses
The following are representative examples only and do not comprise a comprehensive list of unacceptable uses:
Subject to ‘Privacy and Security Section 2’ above, this policy shall not be construed as preventing or restricting duly authorized system administrators or other technical personnel from carrying out their duties. Complaints regarding this section of the policy may be directed to the Director of Technology Services.
Privacy and Security
Last updated May 19, 2015
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