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Internet Policy

March 09, 2008

The Internet policy explains the use of the Internet to increase productivity of the business. It also warns of appropriate/inappropriate use which includes, confidentiality, harassment, scanning for viruses, encryption of data sent across the Internet, and the like. Under no circumstances are pornographic or harassing materials to be sent or received using Company facilities at any time or using personal facilities during working hours.

Subject: Internet

Organization: Anonymous

Example of: Standard Policy

Employees may use the Internet to increase productivity and for business purposes. Employees are expected to comply with all Company policies that may be applicable to the Internet. These include confidentiality, harassment, scanning for viruses, encryption of data sent across the Internet, and the like.

Under no circumstances are pornographic or harassing materials to be sent or received using Company facilities at any time or using personal facilities during working hours.

The Company does monitor its phone system, network, and computers. Information stored in or on Company equipment is subject to inspection at any time without notice.


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