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Student Technology Use Agreement

Limitations of Liability

Personal Gain
The TRUSD network may not be used for commercial purposes, financial gain, personal business, product advertisement or political lobbying activities. Advertising on district or school web sites may be accepted under the same restrictions and conditions set forth in law, Board policy, and administrative regulations pertaining to advertising in district and school-sponsored publications (BP 1113).

Personal Safety
Students should not post personal contact information about themselves or other people on the TRUSD network. Personal contact information includes one’s full name, address, telephone number, school address, work address, etc. No student should agree to meet with someone he or/she has met online without parent/guardian approval.

Unauthorized Access
No students will attempt to gain unauthorized access to the TRUSD network or go beyond authorized access. This includes attempting to log on through another person’s account or access another person’s files. No student will attempt to disrupt the TRUSD network system or destroy data by spreading computer viruses or by any other means. No student may use the TRUSD network to engage in any illegal act, such as arranging for a drug sale, engaging in criminal gang activity, threatening the safety of another person, and engaging in gambling activities.

Individual Accounts
Each individual user is responsible for his or her individual account and should not provide his or her password to another person. All individual users will avoid the inadvertent spreading of computer viruses by following the district virus protection procedures when downloading software. Large files may not be downloaded unless absolutely necessary. If necessary, a student will download the file only with the permission from the teacher in authority.

Spamming
Students will not post chain letters or engage in spamming. Spamming is defined as sending an unsolicited message to an individual or a group of people.

Network Vandalism
Vandalism is not permitted and will be strictly disciplined. Vandalism is defined as any attempt to harm or destroy data of another user or of another agency or network that is connected to the Internet or Intranet (District internal network). Vandalism includes, but is not limited to, the uploading, downloading, or creation of computer viruses, logic bombs, ASCII mail bombs, Trojan horse programs, or any software utilized to scan the network for passwords or confidential information.