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other users, services, or equipment. This includes, but is not limited to:


a) Threatening or harassing others. This includes electronically trans- mitting or reproducing materials that are slanderous or defamatory in nature or that otherwise violate existing laws or Doane College regulations


b) Propagating viruses or worms. c) Posting or mailing of obscene materials. d) Displaying obscene, lewd, or sexually harassing images or text on a computer owned by Doane College or in a location that may be easily viewed by others.


e) Distributing unsolicited advertising, initiating or propagating elec- tronic chain letters, inappropriate mass mailing, including multiple mailings to newsgroups, mailing lists, or individuals, e.g. spamming” flooding,” or “bombing,” or random mailing of messages.


f) Originating e-mail in such a manner as to create the impression to the recipient that the mail was originated from another source or individual. All materials sent via the campus network must be attrib- uted to the individual, office or organization sending the material.


g) Using the campus network to gain unauthorized access to any com- puter systems (including other student-owned computers).


h) Connecting unauthorized equipment to the campus network (this includes personal hubs, switches, routers, wireless access points, servers, and any other devices that may have a negative effect on network performance).


i) Attempting to circumvent data protection schemes or uncover se- curity loopholes. This includes creating and/or running programs that are designed to identify security loopholes and/or decrypt intentionally secure data.


j) Associating an unapproved domain name with a Doane College- owned IP address.


k) Knowingly or carelessly performing an act that will interfere with the normal operation of computers, terminals, peripherals, or net- works (this includes downloading excessive amounts or transferring excessive amounts across the network).


l) Deliberately wasting/overloading computing resources, such as printing too many copies of a document or using excessive band- width on the network. Individuals who use excessive amounts of bandwidth will be notified and given an opportunity to adjust their usage. If the individual does not voluntarily comply, access for that individual will be electronically restricted.


m) Using Doane College resources for commercial activity such as cre- ating products or services for sale.


n) Forging or disguising the identity of a user or machine in an elec- tronic communication.


o) Attempting to monitor or tamper with other user’s electronic ac- counts; communications; or reading, copying, changing, or deleting another user’s files or software without the explicit agreement of the owner.


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