Are there restrictions on how I may use my IU computing accounts?
According to the Indiana University policy regarding Appropriate Use of Information Technology Resources:
Use of Indiana University information technology resources is restricted to purposes related to the university's mission of research and creative activity, teaching and learning, and civic engagement.
The policy continues:
Computing resources and network capacity may not be used for illegal purposes. Examples of illegal purposes include:
- Intentional harassment of other users
- Intentional destruction of or damage to equipment, software, or data belonging to IU or other users
- Intentional disruption or unauthorized monitoring of electronic communications
- Unauthorized copying and/or distribution of copyrighted material
Use of IU computing resources and networks must adhere to all IU policies. For a list of current information technology policies, see University-wide IT Policies.
Last modified on April 27, 2012.