All Lynn University students and staff are expected to practice responsible and ethical behavior in their computing activities. While most computer users act responsibly, those who do not, either through ignorance or intent, can potentially disrupt others or even steal or damage their work.
To a reasonable and economically feasible degree, the university is responsible for securing its computing systems against unauthorized access and/or abuse while making them accessible for authorized and legitimate uses. This responsibility includes informing users of the expected standards of conduct and the punitive measures for not adhering to them. For specific information on information technology policies, see the acceptable use of technology policy.