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MGMT Study Guide Chapter 4 Privacy Information privacy policy - contains general principles regarding information privacy Acceptable use policy (AUP) - requires a user to agree to follow it to be provided access to corporate email, information systems, and the internet; agree to: not use the service to violate any law, not attempt to break the security of any computer network or user, not post commercial messages to groups w/o prior permission and not perform and nonrepudiation Nonrepudiation - a contractual stipulation to ensure that ebusiness participants do not deny (repudiate) their online actions Internet use policy - contains general principles to guide the proper use of the internet; describes the internet services available to users, defines the organization’s position on the purpose of internet access and what restriction are placed on that access, describes user responsibility and states the ramifications if the policy is violated Email privacy policy - details the extent to which email messages may be read by others;
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  • Fall '08
  • E-mail, Internet access, General Principles, legitimate email users, MGMT Study Guide

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