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The Student Activity Server has been renamed to the Penn
State Student Organizations Web Service and is under
new management. These Web pages may be out of date and will
be moved to the new site in the near future. Please read http://www.clubs.psu.edu/info/
for information about the new service.
Policies - Penn State Student Activity Server
- Usage is subject to all federal, state, and local laws, and Penn State
University policies, including AD-20: Computer and Network
Security, and AD-52:
Links to or from Penn State Web Pages.
- This service is provided for University-sponsored clubs and organizations.
It may be used for club purposes only. All other use is prohibited.
- Failure to observe these policies may result in account termination and/or
referral to appropriate judicial authorities.
One person (the "webmaster") must be responsible for the group directory.
The webmaster will be subscribed to a mailing list which will be used by
the server administrators to communicate important information about the
service. The webmaster is responsible for passing this information
on to webteam members.
The webmaster may name up to 4 other individuals as web team members.
Each person using the service must have an account. Everyone using
the service must use only his or her own account. Sharing of accounts
and passwords is prohibited.
20 Megabytes of disk space will be allocated to each group.
More space can be applied for up to a total of 100 Megabytes (or as space
Any number of subdirectories may be maintained off of the group's root.
Any club related information may be stored (including non-Web material).
Personal web pages may not be stored on the Student Activity Server (use
CGI/BGI/Server side scripts/Client Components (Or other "Internet Code"):
Basic utilities such as counter and form submission programs will be provided
by the server administrators.
Club-developed "Internet Code" must be submitted to the server administrators
for security review and installation. The source code to user-developed scripts
will not be revealed without the author's permission. All groups will be
allowed to use the user-developed programs, however.
Accidentally malicious "Internet Code" will be removed without warning.
Intentionally malicious "Internet Code" will be removed, and disciplinary
action will ensue.
Content will not be screened by the server administrators. The webmaster
for a group is entirely responsible for the content which appears on his
or her group's web site.
If the server administrators are notified of or discover content which
is in violation of these policies, it will be removed immediately and disciplinary
action may occur. The webmaster will be notified of the situation
and the action taken.
Copyright and Intellectual Property:
A Group or Club may not have any material which is copyrighted by an outside
entity without the express written consent of the entity that owns that
material. The server administrators must be supplied with a copy of this
Material in violation of this policy will be removed and the web master
for that group will be informed.
Software piracy will not be tolerated. If illegal copies of software
are found in a group's directory, the software will be deleted and the
group's accounts will be terminated immediately.
Failure to comply with these policies will result in disciplinary action,
which could include termination of all group accounts.
These policies are subject to change. E-Mail will be sent to the webmaster
list before changes are enforced.
If you have questions or comments about these policies, please contact
the Student Activity Server Committee.
Last modified Thursday, 27-Mar-2003 13:01:56 EST.
Student Activity Server Committee