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Acceptable Use Of Technology Policy

Acceptable Use Of Technology Policy

Any use of Xyna International High School’s e-Learning Portal for unlawful activities is prohibited. Xyna International High School will investigate all such occurrences and, in the process, may involve and cooperate with law enforcement authorities. Any access violations of the Xyna International High School e-Learning Portal may result in the dismissal of a student, or other remedy as provided by law enforcement. Unacceptable use includes:

  • Defamation: Causing a statement to be read by others, that is likely to injure the reputation of a person by exposing that person to hatred, contempt, or ridicule, or that is designed to insult the person.
  • Harassment: Sending, without lawful authority, electronic messages that cause people to fear for their safety or for the safety of those they know.
  • Hate propaganda: Disseminating messages or statements that promote hatred or incite violence against identifiable groups. Sending abusive, sexist, or racist messages to anyone via e-mail or voice mail.
  • Interception of private communications or electronic mail (in transit): Unlawfully intercepting someone’s private communications or unlawfully intercepting someone’s e-mail messages.
  • Obscenity: Distributing, publishing, or possessing, for the purpose of distributing or publicly displaying, any obscene material. Uploading inappropriate pictures into the student learning portal.
  • Hacking and other crimes related to computer security:
    • Gaining unauthorized access to a computer system: using someone else’s password to access the Xyna International High School e-learning portal, network or technology systems
    • Attempting to defeat electronic security features by using anti security programs; by using someone else’s password, user identification, or computer account; by disclosing personal passwords; by providing network configuration information or access codes to others; or by disabling anti-virus programs.
    • Spreading computer viruses with intent to cause harm.
    • Destroying, altering, or encrypting data without authorization, and with the intent of making it inaccessible to those with a need to access it.
  • Causing the congestion or disruption of electronic networks and systems by sending chain letters, promoting SPAM, or receiving list server electronic mail unrelated to a work purpose.
    • Forging any TCP/IP packet header or any part of the header information in any e-mail or newsgroup posting
    • Engaging in electronic network mischief such as “spoofing,” using IP addresses without consultation, network sniffing, etc...; attempting to probe, scan, or test the vulnerability of a system or network or to breach security or authentication measures
  • Copyright Infringement: No aspect of Xyna International High School’s Intellectual Property or Trademarks may be reproduced in any form or by any means, except as expressly permitted by Xyna International High School’s prior written consent.