Computer And Network Resources Statement Of Acceptable Use Individuals who are granted the privilege to use the computer and/or network resources of Del Mar College agree to accept responsibility for reasonable use. Activities beyond those stated in the Del Mar College Computer and Network Use Policy are strictly prohibited. Del Mar College computer and network resources may be accessed by authorized users only. Students must be currently registered to use these DMC resources. Anyone using these resources expressly consents to being monitored. If monitoring reveals possible evidence of any activity violating the DMC Computer and Network Resources Use Policy appropriate action will be taken. Individuals shall use only those resources and computer accounts which have been authorized for their use. All computing work must be identified with the individual's name or approved ID. Individuals are responsible for any activity involving their computer accounts. Individuals are responsible for implementing protective measures for their accounts. Individuals should safeguard their passwords, change passwords frequently, and take precautions against others obtaining access to their computer resources. Individuals shall use accounts for legitimate purposes only. For example, accounts shall not be used for private consulting or personal gain. Individuals using these computer resources without authorization, or in excess of their authorization are subject to being monitored. Users are expressly forbidden to use these resources to upload/download or transmit obscene or pornographic material or material contrary to Del Mar College's Statement of Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action. Individuals accessing and using Del Mar College computer resources are required to adhere to applicable U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, United States Code) with regard fair use of copyrighted material, peer-to-peer file sharing and other activities governed by federal or state law and/or Del Mar College Policy. Individuals should be aware of the civil and criminal penalties for violating Federal Copyright Infringement Laws and unauthorized use of Peer-to-Peer (P2P) File-Sharing. Individuals shall not attempt to access, copy, or destroy programs or files that belong to other users or the college without obtaining prior authorization. Users shall not attempt to modify system configurations on DMC computer or network resources. Individuals shall not willfully create, copy, or disseminate computer viruses nor threaten to install or to infect the College's computer resources with any virus.