Acceptable Use Policy Agreement

Acceptable Use Policy Agreement

Most OF the UPA`s statements describe the consequences of a violation of the directive. Such violations are to be expected depending on the user`s relationship with the organization. The common actions that schools and universities take are to withdraw service from the offender and sometimes, when activities are illegal, the organization may involve appropriate authorities, such as the local police. Employers will sometimes withdraw workers` work, while a more frequent measure is to terminate employment when violations can harm the employer or endanger safety. Earthlink, an American internet service provider, has a very clear policy regarding violations of its policy. [7] The company identifies six levels of response to violations: schools are responsible for writing their own acceptable use policies for students. You will find templates and guides to work with students under Bullystoppers: Student acceptable use agreement. The purpose of this directive is to protect [organization`s name] electronic information from the accidental compromise of authorized personnel through a telephone connection. The use of the Internet, computers and software at Handsworth is a privilege, not a right. Inappropriate use, including a violation of these conditions and rules, may lead to the lifting of the privilege. In addition, violations of the conditions and rules within the courses lead to the end of the course. Handsworth Secondary School is empowered to determine appropriate use under this Agreement and may refuse, revoke, suspend or close users` user rights at any time, based on the determination of the appropriate use of an email account or user, without notice and without any liability to the holder or user of the email account. Secure-24 is aware that many of its subscribers are Internet service providers themselves and that information that arrives at secure-24 facilities of those subscribers may come from a subscriber customer or other third-party provider.

Secure-24 does not require subscribers who offer Internet services to monitor or censor transmissions or sites created by its subscribers` customers. Secure-24 reserves the right to take action against subscribers or their customers to enforce compliance with this directive. Secure-24 expects Internet subscribers to reasonably cooperate with Secure-24 for any corrective or preventive measures that Secure-24 deems necessary to comply with this directive. Failure to use such corrective or preventive measures is a violation of Secure 24. The purpose of this directive is to set a standard for the establishment of secure passwords, the protection of passwords and the frequency of changes. It is the policy of the [name of the organization], to maintain an environment that promotes ethical and responsible behavior in all online network activities of staff and students. This is a violation of this directive for any staff member, student or other person, to engage in any activity that does not correspond to the defined objective and general rules and guidelines of the network. As part of this general policy, the [name of the organization] recognizes its legal and ethical obligation to protect the well-being of students in its responsibility. To this end, the [name of the organization] retains the following rights and recognizes the following obligations: The use of the Internet by schools or districts for commercial activities is not acceptable. The use for advertising of products/services or political lobbying is also prohibited. Email accounts provided by the school or district should not be used to send chain letters or harass other users with unwanted e-mail messages.