Acceptable Usage Policy
Dublin University Internet Society's Acceptable Usage Policy and Terms of Usage
- Users may not allow anyone else to use their account on any of Dublin University Internet Society's (DUIS) servers in any way whatsoever, including but not limited to:
- revealing your password
- enabling ssh logins to other individuals and / or accounts to which other individuals have access to
- enabling individuals to run processes in your name
- Any and all actions committed using your account are your sole responsibility.
- Users may not engage in any behaviour deemed antisocial by DUIS, including but not limited to harassing messages via mail, write, hey, IRC or any other mechanism.
- Users may not engage in any actions which are detrimental to other users usage of services provided by DUIS.
- Users may not use the services provided by DUIS to discuss, promote or achieve any illegal or destructive aims.
- Users may not store any pornographic, stolen or otherwise illegal material in any form whatsoever using any services provided by DUIS. This includes but is not limited to copyrighted material such as music, videos, software and books.
- Users may not circumvent or try to circumvent restrictions imposed by DUIS.
- Users may not circumvent or try to circumvent restrictions or security procedures imposed by any user or organisation using the ISS network, its autonomously managed networks, or any network that DUIS is connected to.
DUIS reserve the right to suspend or terminate any usage of provided services without notice if such usage is deemed inappropriate.
Services are subject to withdrawal without notice, and DUIS are not liable for any loss incurred as a result of usage of, failure of or withdrawal of DUIS services.
Users must also comply with:
- Dublin University's Code of Conduct
- Dublin University's Use of College Resources to use and access the Web
- Heanet's AUP
The content of this document is subject to change without notice.