Email is provided as a tool to assist and facilitate state business, communications with students, faculty, and its representatives to conduct official Clayton State University business. Email is one of the most important information technologies.You shouldn't write anything in e-mail that you would not want to send on a postcard through the mail. All electronic mail (email) transmitted to or from a Clayton State University (CSU) email system shall comply with all applicable federal and state regulations, and shall be governed by CSU security policies, standards, and/or guidelines. All information traveling over CSU computer networks that has not been specifically identified as the property of other parties will be treated as though it is a CSU business asset. It is the policy of CSU to prohibit unauthorized access, disclosure, duplication, modification, diversion, destruction, loss, misuse, or theft of any information. In addition, it is the policy of CSU to protect information belonging to third parties that has been entrusted to CSU in confidence.
To ensure compliance with this standard:
Related regulation CAN-SPAM act of 2003 (http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/html/uscode15/usc_sup_01_15_10_103.html)