Electronic mail is not private communication. All information transmitted via the City of Waterbury Board of Education's internet/electronic mail system(s) can be reviewed at any time. The City of Waterbury Board of Education reserves the right to review, audit, intercept, access and disclose all messages created, received or sent over the electronic mail system for any purpose. The contents of electronic mail properly obtained for legitimate business purposes may be disclosed within the City of Waterbury Board of Education without the permission of the employee.
- As an electronic mail participant, each user must comply with this "Electronic Mail Acceptable Use Policy." By participating in the use of networks and systems provided by the City of Waterbury Board of Education, users agree to comply with the policies governing their usage. The electronic mail system is to be used to conduct business.
- The electronic mail system shall not be used to send (upload) or receive (download) copyrighted materials, trade secrets, proprietary financial information or similar materials without prior authorization.
- The electronic mail system is not to be used to create any offensive or disruptive messages. Among those which are considered offensive are any messages which contain sexual implications, racial slurs, gender-specific comments or any other comment that offensively addresses someone's age, sexual orientation, religious or political beliefs, national origin or disability.
- The electronic mail system may not be used to solicit or proselytize for commercial ventures, outside organizations or other non-job-related solicitations.
- Users should take all reasonable precautions, to prevent the use of their electronic mail account by unauthorized individuals.
- It is important to remember when communicating with clients and customers to please maintain professional standards in written format.
- Although confidential and sensitive information should not be included in electronic mail communications unless proper, formalized security precautions have been established, certain electronic mail communications may be privileged or confidential. It is the responsibility of each department to protect confidential and sensitive information where intentional, inappropriate, or accidental disclosure of the information might expose the City of Waterbury Board of Education to harm.
- Any employee who violates this policy or uses the electronic mail system for improper purposes shall be subject to discipline, up to and including discharge.
- Any employee who discovers a violation of this policy shall notify the Board Of Education Manager of Information Technology or Personnel Department.
No Presumption of Privacy:
Electronic mail messages are not personal and private. The City of Waterbury Board of Education reserves the right to monitor (please see Public Act 98-142) and/or log all electronic mail communications without notice. Therefore, users should have no expectation of privacy in the use of these resources.
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