As amended September, 2019
Individuals who receive or become aware of material being distributed using College resources that they consider obscene, personally offensive, hostile, or threatening should bring the incident to the attention of the Allegheny College Library and Information Technology Services (LITS), the Office of the Dean of Students, the Office of the Dean of the College, the College’s Sexual Harassment Officer, or a member of the College’s Administrative Executive Committee (AEC). All such incidents will be handled under existing policies concerning harassment, and formal college judicial procedures will be initiated where appropriate.
Individuals who believe that College technology resources are being used in ways that compromise the privacy or usurp the identity of an individual or corporate entity should contact the College’s Chief Information Officer or Director of Security.
Individuals or corporate entities who believe the College’s computing resources are being used to violate their intellectual property rights should contact the College’s DMCA Agent for Notification of Claims of Infringement.
Other suspected inappropriate use of College computing resources should be reported to the College’s Chief Information Officer.