Commit 1d72181e authored by Imran Hussain's avatar Imran Hussain

Merge branch 'master' into 'master'

Update JISC AUP link.

See merge request !75
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<li>Members of Swansea University Computer Society are entitled to an account on the SUCS network. For all except life members, membership will only be granted on payment of the appropriate fee.</li>
<li>All members agree not to do anything to bring the Society into disrepute, and to abide by the Terms and Conditions of the Society, as noted below and as may be subsequently amended. Non-compliance with these rules may result in membership being withdrawn.</li>
<li>Members must comply with the regulations of the network(s) over which they access the SUCS network. This will always include the UK Joint Academic Network (JANET), the Acceptable Use Policy of which can be found at <a href="http://www.ja.net/services/publications/policy/aup.html">http://www.ja.net/services/publications/policy/aup.html</a>.</li>
<li>Members must comply with the regulations of the network(s) over which they access the SUCS network. This will always include the UK Joint Academic Network (JANET), the Acceptable Use Policy of which can be found at <a href="https://community.jisc.ac.uk/library/acceptable-use-policy">https://community.jisc.ac.uk/library/acceptable-use-policy</a>.</li>
<li>Except when explicitly set up for clubs or groups within the University, accounts on the SUCS network are strictly for use by one person only. Multiple use of personal accounts is prohibited, and may result in the offending owner's account being withdrawn. 'Multiple use' includes the owner of the account making known his/her password to others, as well as allowing others access to the account by other means.</li>
<li>Members must take into account the relevant laws of England and Wales as they apply to their use of the SUCS network. These include, but are not limited to, the Data Protection Act (1984), the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (1988), the Obscene Publications Act (1959 &amp; 1964 etc), the Telecommunications Act (1984), and the Computer Misuse Act (1990).</li>
<li>Members must always use the SUCS network in a manner that does not adversely affect its use by others. In particular, disproportionate use of system resources (including, but not limited to, disc space, network bandwidth and processor time), may result in offending processes and/or files being terminated and/or removed without warning.</li>
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