ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY
- Acceptable use policies of all networks accessed through IAPC must be followed.
- The following activities involving the use of the Internet are prohibited:
- Transmitting unsolicited information which contains obscene, indecent, lewd or lascivious material or other material which explicitly or implicitly refers to sexual conduct.
- Transmitting unsolicited information which contains profane language or panders to bigotry, sexism, or other forms of discrimination.
- Communicating any information concerning any password, identifying code, personal identification number or other confidential information without the permission of its owner or the controlling authority of the system to which it belongs.
- Creating, modifying, executing or retransmitting any computer program or instructions intended to gain unauthorized access to, or make unauthorized use of, a computer facility, software, or licensed software.
- Creating, modifying, executing or retransmitting any computer program or instructions intended to obscure the true identity of the sender of electronic mail or electronic messages, collectively referred to as "Messages", including, but not limited to, forgery of Messages and/or alteration of system and/or user data used to identify the sender of Messages.
- Accessing or intentionally destroying software or licensed software in a computer facility without the permission of the owner of such software or licensed software or the controlling authority of the facility.
- Making unauthorized copies of licensed software.
- Communicating any credit card number or other financial account number without the permission of its owner.
- Effecting or receiving unauthorized electronic transfer of funds.
- Violating any laws or participating in the commission or furtherance of any crime or other unlawful or improper purpose.
- Using the computer facilities in a manner inconsistent with IAPC's contractual obligations to suppliers or with any published policy of IAPC.
- Please note that use of this system consents to monitoring.