The College has the right to inspect, monitor, or
disclose electronic communications without prior notice
and without consent.
Electronic communications that utilize College
equipment, whether or not created or stored on College
equipment, may constitute a College record subject to
disclosure under the California Public Records Act or
other laws, or as a result of litigation.
Listening to Internet Radio or watching video clips
over the network puts excessive strain on college
Extensive use of these features can have a detrimental
impact on campus wide productivity.
Installing software on your office computer, that you
have purchased and installed at home may be a violation
of copyright laws.
Personal software installed on campus computers may be
removed by IET personnel if the software impairs the
operation of your computer or other campus computing
devices, violates college policies, or violates state
or federal law (these examples are not all inclusive).