[unisog] Creating standard edu policies
dbrumley at rtfm.stanford.edu
Mon Aug 6 18:10:36 GMT 2001
I think I would answer no. Each university has a different set of
lawyers who look at the policies in terms of liability. Each is going
to have their own idea as to where the ToS/AUP should protect the
university, and where it does not.
I don't believe most universities have even considered whether or not
they fall under the ISP clause of the DMCA.
In other words, technology is not necessarily the entire motivation
for policies. I have seen at most conferences, however, tutorials on
what you should consider in your policies. Those tutorials often
appear under the guise of "legal issues".
> Excellent idea.
> I've seen similar discussions at the last couple of SANS I've been to (and
> other CSIRT team members here have been to). Anyone know what status that
> has? It might be a good place to start...
> James E. Martin
> University of Missouri System
> MOREnet Network Security Coordinator
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> From: Mary M. Chaddock [mailto:chaddock at acu.edu]
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> I would like to toss an idea on the table.
> We should all understand by now the importance of having official
> technology policies. I'm primarily talking about Appropriate Use Policies.
> I've been reading some of the various .edu usage policies and have
> found them to me very similar. However it is obvious that some are much
> better prepared and thought out.
> What I am wondering is if it would be possible for the Universities to
> come together and create an ubiquitous policy or policies.
> Any thoughts?
> Also.. I must give kudo's to Yale. Their policy
> (http://www.yale.edu/policy/itaup.html) is one of the best I have seen.
> Mary M. Chaddock (chaddock at acu.edu)
> Network Security Administrator
> Abilene Christian University
> Abilene, Tx.
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