Community Responsibilities: Computer Software, Games, Internet, and Network Usage Policy
Software purchased by Malone remains the property of Malone or of the vendor as agreed by license. Such software, whether in source or object form, including its design, file structures and any other tangible or intangible value may not be accessed, copied or removed from the system, nor disclosed to any third party without prior consent of the owner. Duplicating copyrighted software violates the U.S. Copyright Law. It is a federal offense. Criminal penalties include fines and imprisonment. Illegal copying is not permitted at Malone. Members of the Malone community should view violations of the above as violations of the Community Responsibilities, Attitudinal and Behavioral Expectations.
Furthermore, Malone expects students and employees to utilize various computer games, the Internet and other computer-related information in a manner consistent with its mission and purpose. Those in violation are subject to the normal judicial procedures specified for violations of the Malone Community Responsibilities.
Advisory about online postings:
Students are reminded that pictures and information posted on the internet via programs such as MySpace and Facebook are public information. Pictures or information from these sources that describe or document behavior that are brought to the attention of Malone and which reasonably suggest behavior violating Malone policy has taken place, is subject to further investigation and verification by Malone. Any Malone policy violations that are determined as a result of such an investigation will result in appropriate disciplinary action by Malone.
For further details, please refer to the Malone Computer Resource Usage Policy.