Violations of this policy constitute
unacceptable use of Computing Resources. Violations may
result in a loss of computing privileges and may subject users to
the University's regular disciplinary processes, including
suspension or dismissal from the University.
Whether or not a violation of this policy
has occurred, the University reserves the right to immediately
suspend computing privileges when continued use of any Computing
Resources may result in harm to or otherwise compromise that or any
other Computing Resources. Such privileges will be restored
after the potential harm is eliminated (e.g., a virus on a personal
computer is deleted), unless a material violation of this policy is
alleged, in which case the matter will be referred to the regular
disciplinary processes of he University.
In addition, illegal acts involving
University Computing Resources may also subject violators to
prosecution by local, state and/or federal authorities. Suspected
or known violations should be reported to the appropriate
University authority, in accordance with current disciplinary
procedures. Violations will be processed in accordance with these
procedures and/or law enforcement agencies.