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Privacy of Electronic Information and Information Technology Resources Policy

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This policy seeks to balance individual freedom and privacy with the need for access by persons other than the account holder when necessary to serve or protect other core values and operations within the university or to meet a legal requirement.

Indiana University cherishes the diversity of values and perspectives inherent in an academic institution and is therefore respectful of intellectual freedom and freedom of expression. The university does not condone censorship, nor does it endorse the routine inspection of electronic files or monitoring of network activities related to individual use.

At times, however, legitimate reasons exist for persons other than the account holder to access computers, electronic files, or data related to use of the University network. This policy seeks to balance individual freedom and privacy with the need for access by persons other than the account holder when necessary to serve or protect other core values and operations within the university or to meet a legal requirement.

This policy, provided by IU's University Information Policy Office, applies to all users of Indiana University information technology resources regardless of affiliation, and irrespective of whether those resources are accessed from on-campus or off-campus locations.

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Indiana University's University Information Policy Office is charged with: •IT policy development, dissemination and education •Information usage/management policy development and education •Review and analysis of existing policies for continued applicability and effectiveness •Interpretation of current policy related to specific issues, situations and incidents •Coordinating response to incidents of inappropriate use of information or IT •Interaction with computer security officers to develop and administer security education and awareness programs, and to assist with investigation of computer security incidents •Administration of University computer accounts

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