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Guest Internet and Wi-Fi Acceptable Use Policy
Grace Baptist Church, Southport (GBCS) permits free use of the church Wi-Fi network during group meetings and activities on the premises. GBCS has a policy for the use of this Wi-Fi access whereby all users must ensure that they:
- Comply with current legislation
- Use the Internet in an acceptable way
- Do not cause the name or reputation of GBCS to fall into disrepute
GBCS accepts that the use of the Internet is a valuable tool. However, misuse of this facility can have a negative impact upon the reputation and work of the church. Therefore, the church reserves the right to monitor the volume of network traffic, together with the Internet websites visited.
- Visiting Internet sites that contain obscene, hateful, pornographic, or illegal material
- Using a computer to perpetrate any form of fraud; or software, film, or music piracy
- Using the Internet to send offensive or harassing material to other users
- Downloading commercial software or any copyrighted materials belonging to third parties, unless this download is covered or permitted under a commercial agreement or other such license
- Publishing defamatory and/or knowingly false material on social networking sites, blogs, online journals, Wikis, or any other online publishing format
- Revealing confidential information in a personal online posting, upload, or transmission
- Undertaking deliberate activities that waste network resources, including remote or direct transmission of spam emails and messages
Where it is believed that a user has failed to comply with this policy, access to the Wi-Fi network will be revoked. If this failure to comply should only come to GBCS’ attention after the user’s departure, GBCS reserve the right to refuse access to the service on their next visit.
A copy of this policy can be found at: gracebaptist.org.uk/policies
This information is correct as of 17.07.16
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