Private Machines Connected To The University Network
Electronic mail and other information passing over the University network, including information stored in user accounts and computers, are considered to be private and confidential. Although this type of information must be accessed by system personnel for the purpose of backups, network management, etc., the content of user files and network transmissions will not be viewed, monitored, or altered without the express permission of the user except in the following circumstances:
Under these circumstances the Vice President for Business may authorize system support personnel to monitor the activities of a specified account or computer system and to search electronic information stored in that account. The authority for this search must be requested on an account-by-account basis and monitoring will be restricted to the specified account. If this search provides evidence of violation the account will be disabled and action taken with appropriate authorities.
It will become increasingly possible for computer systems owned by students, staff, or faculty to be attached directly to the CAMPBELL Network via on-camp us attachment or dial-in services. Of course, the owner of a personal machine may use that machine at his or her discretion, however, the use of the University network is subject to all of the policies stated in this document.
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