Free expression of ideas is central to the academic process. However, the University may remove any electronic information from its systems if it is determined that:
- The presence of the information involves illegality (e.g., copyrighted material, software used in violation of a license agreement).
- The information in some way endangers computing, network resources, or the information of other users (e.g., a computer worm, virus, or other destructive program).
- The information is not in compliance with the legal and ethical usage governed by Federal or State law or regulation, or with the University or Institutions of Higher Learning policies.
- The cost of maintaining the information is deemed prohibitive by the responsible administrative unit.
- The user is no longer authorized for access.