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== UC Berkeley Computer Use Policy ==
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[http://technology.berkeley.edu/policy/usepolicy.html UC Berkeley Computer Use Policy]
 
[http://technology.berkeley.edu/policy/usepolicy.html UC Berkeley Computer Use Policy]
  

Latest revision as of 16:35, 30 April 2010


In order to modify/contribute content to this web site, every user has to agree to the UC Berkeley Computer Use Policy and all terms of use listed on this page.

UC Berkeley Computer Use Policy

UC Berkeley Computer Use Policy

Inappropriate Content

We may, at our sole discretion, tag and/or remove content from the web site that we judge to be not in the best interests of the Service. Such content may fall into one or more of a number of categories, including:

  • Spam or other Advertising
  • Pornographic, Violent or Hateful content
  • Personal, Private and Confidential Information
  • Viruses, Malware, etc.
  • Attempts to perpetrate Fraud
  • Other unlawful content

Our tagging and/or removing any such piece of content is not, and does not make, a commitment to tag and/or remove all such pieces of content.

Furthermore, We may, at our sole discretion, provide safeguards that prevents content that falls into any of the above categories, or any other such category as We may, in our sole discretion, identify from time to time, from appearing in search results. However, You agree not to rely on our providing such safeguards, nor to rely on such safeguards being effective, in whole or in part.

Should you find such content on web site, you may provide us with notice of its existence by such mechanisms as we may provide. You agree that We have no obligation to take any kind of action as a result of your providing any such notice.