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PJC’s Internet Use Policy

Published or Revised March 09, 2010

Violation of these procedures may result in suspension of privileges, initiation of formal Paris Junior College (hereafter referred to as "college") disciplinary procedures or, in extreme cases, criminal prosecution under federal or state law. Under normal circumstances, college officials will not examine personal information transmitted over the network or stored on college-owned computers. However, the college reserves the right to monitor the system when it has good cause to believe that laws are being violated. Use of the Internet is a privilege, and all users are expected to act responsibly and to follow the college's guidelines, policies and procedures in utilizing information technology and electronic networks accessed by such technology. The college's information technology acceptable use procedures require that each user (anyone using these resources): Individual departments/divisions may have additional rules. Please check with each department concerning proper use of equipment.
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