Acceptable Use Policy - Unacceptable Uses Guidelines
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- Sending or forwarding chain letters
- Spamming - sending annoying email to lists of over 20 people
- Resending private messages without permission of the person who sent the message.
- Subscribing to unauthorized mail lists
- Failing to maintain email storage area
- not deleting unwanted emails
- not checking email regularly
- Sending personal contact information about themselves or other
students or staff.
- Personal contact information includes home address, home
telephone, school address, work address, etc.
- Sending emails with false or defamatory information.
- Sending emails that are intended to harass, insult, or are personal or discriminatory attacks on another user.
- Unacceptable Material
- Obscene or profane material (pornography)
- Dangerous "how to" material, that if acted upon could cause
harm to oneself or others
- Instructions on breaking into computer systems
- Materials on bomb making information
- Materials that give directions for performing criminal acts.
- Unacceptable Language
- Obscene, vulgar, rude, inflammatory, threatening,
abusive or derogatory.
- If web pages are allowed to be created by students then unacceptable
language might include spelling and grammar.
- Tampering with the school network’s wiring, software or hardware.
- Installing illegal software, shareware, or freeware.
- Trying to gain unauthorized access to the school system.
- By hacking
- Using another persons login information.
- Accessing someone else's file area.
- Using the network for commercial purposes.
- Damaging the network by the purposely activating a virus, worm, or Trojan horse program.
- Illegal Activities
- Use email to stalk someone.
- Making unauthorized electronic transfer of funds
- Making copies of commercial software, music, images or other materials
that would violate copyright laws.
- Students and staff have a responsibility to promptly report any Acceptable
Use Guidelines violations to the appropriate supervisor.
- Students who encounter inappropriate materials by accident should
immediately report it to their teacher