downloading or distributingpornographic, obscene or sexually explicit material;ii.Violating copyright laws (including copying and transmitting document, software, musicand/or video files withoutlicense; and plagiarising - copying and presenting as one’s own, the work of others foundon the global internet or local intranet);iii.Accessing, downloading or transmitting any material in violation of any law of theCommonwealth of Australia or theState of New South Wales; or distributing material protected by state or federal laws;iv.Hacking or attempting to gain unauthorized access to the files or network services of anyorganization or individual;
B. Inappropriate Language & Harassment
(in any electronic communication – including email or web pages)i.Using vulgar or obscene language in any electronic communication;ii.Harassing, insulting, defaming, or attacking others;iii.“Spamming” other users by sending unsolicited junk email (including chain letters);ivAccessing any website deemed, in the opinion of the Principal as Social Networking,typically charaterised as a website that allows the instant publishing of information. Notlimited to, but including My Space, Facebook and Bebo. Specific permission must begranted to use such sites by the principal, and must only be accessed under the explicitsupervision of staff.v.Commenting on ‘blogs’ or other ‘social network’ websites without permission of thesupervising teacher vi.
Games and Personal Entertainment
. Any internet site that provides access to
onlinegames, gaming forums, downloadable games, ring tones
or other digital media notdirectly related to the area of study
at the time it is being accessed.C. Endangering Personal Safety
i.Revealing your own or someone else’s personal contact information (home address,telephone number,passport details, id numbers, etc.) to other individuals over the internet;ii.Arranging to meet people contacted over the internet without parental approval;
D. Breaching System Security
i.Intentionally spreading viruses, worms, chain letters, or trojans;ii.Vandalising any computers or peripheral equipment, computer systems or computer networks;iii.Altering, moving or deleting the files belonging to others;iv.Using another's password, or providing your password to another person;v.