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    Dartmouth Information Security Policy

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    Approved by Academic Planning Committee on May 3, 2012

    Dartmouth Information Technology Policy

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    Distribution, Licensing, Modification, and Sale of Certain Types of Software

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    Members of the Dartmouth College community may distribute or license as "Open Source Software" software developed as part of their employed duties provided the following criteria are followed. In addition, members of the Dartmouth College community may distribute or license Open Source Software they have received, used, or modified under a General Public License (GPL) or a Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) License, as long as the following criteria are met:

    Employment with ITC

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    Working in Dartmouth's Information, Technology & Consulting (ITC) department offers IT professionals the opportunity to work with and support members of an Ivy League institution.

    Expiration of Dartmouth Web Accounts

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    Personal web accounts for employee or students will expire at some point after their Dartmouth email account expires. This is a manual process so the time frame changes, however, there is no guarantee that data in your personal web account will be there even one day after your account expires.

    Guide to Ethical and Legal Use of Software

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    Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA)

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    The Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) was enacted in 1994 "to make clear a telecommunications carrier's duty to cooperate in the interception of communications for law enforcement purposes." It required telecommunications carriers to be able to carry out wiretaps when presented with a subpoena from a law enforcement agency. When it was passed, it applied only to telephone calls and the interception of fax services, specifically exempting online services such as email.

    Acceptable Use Policy

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    Users of Dartmouth College IT resources agree to NOT:

    Copying Software

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    Although the following was written quite some time ago, the underlining theme is even more hard-hitting today. The statements below not only apply to software, but in today's electronic world, serious penalties for copyright infringement carry over to music, movies, television shows and even electronic images.

    Consider the points made and take the necessary measures to adjust your use of software, electronic music, DVDs, images, movies, TV shows, etc.

    Top 10 Reasons for Illegally Copying Software (And Why None of Them Is Good Enough).

    Implications of a Dartmouth Account

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