[unisog] Suspicious Files
jcraig at ucdavis.edu
Wed Dec 10 18:26:10 GMT 2008
Sorry about the last message. The content:
. The "plain view" and "public schools" sections seem
I doubt a reasonable person would make the determination that an open
parcel package and personal files on a computer (that require active
and intentional searching to find and inspect) are equivalent.
On Mon, Dec 8, 2008 at 11:18 AM, Bob Henry <bhenry at boisestate.edu> wrote:
> One of our Housing office computer techs sent me the following
> question and I'd like to know what members of this list think. Has
> anyone bumped into this and what did you do? I've forwarded the
> question to legal as well.
> A student brought his computer to the Student Housing computer support
> people for repairs. The computer wouldn't boot and the student told
> the Housing technicians they could format the drive if they needed to.
> The technician managed to boot the computer from its existing
> configuration. On the computer, the technician found many pictures of
> jet airplanes, interior and exterior pictures of Boise skyscrapers,
> pictures of the presidents planes, videos of planes crashing, pictures
> of airports, pictures of the walkways from the airport, a connection
> to American airlines flights.
> What are our responsibilities for handling this information? Can we
> present it to law enforcement or would we be violating the 4th
> Robert Henry, CISSP, GCIH, GCFA
> Information Security Officer
> Office of Information Technology
> Boise State University
> bhenry at boisestate.edu
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