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Privacy Policy

Acceptable Use Policy

The following Acceptable Use Policy covers use of email and other Hastings computer resources. Use of such resources constitutes acceptance of this policy:

"Hastings College of the Law provides computing resources, including email, in support of the College's mission of teaching, research, and community service. Use of Hastings computing resources constitutes acceptance of this policy and agreement to comply with this policy. In addition, you should be aware that there is no guarantee of privacy or confidentiality with regard to email/Internet communications.

"Users of Hastings computing resources must respect the rights of other users, including the rights of copyright holders, abide by the security needs of the systems, and conform their behavior to all relevant laws, regulations, and contractual obligations of the College. In addition, all College regulations and policies apply, including the Student Code of Conduct, Academic Regulations, and the Staff Personnel Manual. Misuse of Hastings computing, networking, or information resources may result in disciplinary action. Additionally, misuse can be prosecuted under applicable state and federal statutes defining computer crime. Appendix A (available at the Circulation Desk in the Law Library,) Network Working Group RFC 1855, which provides netiquette guidelines, is incorporated by reference as part of this policy."

UC Hastings College of the Law was founded in 1878 as the first law department of the University of California. We are located in San Francisco’s Civic Center—steps from City Hall, the State and Federal Buildings, the State Supreme, Superior and Appellate Courts, as well as the United States District Court and Court of Appeals.