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​5.2.9 Electronic Communications/Acceptable Use

Archdiocesan electronic communications systems include but are not limited to electronic mail, voice mail, facsimile machines, stand-alone or networked computers, the intranet, the Internet, and the World Wide Web. Electronic communications devices include but are not limited to phones, computers, laptops, electronic notebooks, tablets, audio and video equipment, smartphones, and other wireless equipment. All users of electronic communications systems and devices must comply with the Acceptable Use and Responsibility Policy for Electronic Communications ("Archdiocesan AUP").

The policy applies to any electronic communications devices brought from home and used on archdiocesan premises during business or school hours for business or school purposes; it also applies to any personal electronic communications device that is used in such a manner that the archdiocese may be held responsible for its use.

See Electronic Communications, Copyright, and Acceptable Use Policies.​

reviewed 3/9/2017


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