By receiving and using an Indiana University Network ID, users accept certain responsibilities and standards for computer use, which apply to all IU computing resources. To review the Acceptable Use Agreements for students and employees, visit the University Technology Services webpage.
Peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing allows users to share files online through an informal network of computers running the same software. File-sharing can give users access to a wealth of information, but it also has a number of risks which can lead to serious network security issues. In addition, unauthorized distribution of copyrighted material using IU’s IT resources can result in costly legal penalties. Learn more by reading the Peer-to-peer File Sharing & Copyright Safety webpage .
As one of eight Indiana University campuses, the IU Southeast Office of Information Technology subscribes to central IU policies regarding the use of technology; however, IU Southeast-specific policies also exist. Visit the Technology Services IT policies webpage to learn more.
University-wide IT policies apply to all users of Indiana University information technology resources regardless of affiliation, and irrespective of whether those resources are accessed from on- or off-campus locations. For a list of policies, visit the Indiana University Protect IU – Information & IT Policies webpage.