Appropriate Use of Clark’s Information Technology System

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The University cherishes the diversity of values and perspectives that are part an academic institution and so is respectful of freedom of thought, inquiry and expression. Users are free from censorship in expressing their views through electronic communications facilities (including, but not limited to, e-mail and “chat” programs) as long as their views are not represented as the views of Clark University.

Computers and networks provide access to resources on and off campus, as well as the ability to communicate with other users worldwide. It is important that users recognize that such open access carries some risk of access to information that might be considered offensive or unorthodox. Users are advised to take responsibility for their own use and navigation of these resources.

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