Regulations on ICT and internet use, University Leiden

The ICT and internet use regulations contain a balance between responsible and safe use of ICT and the internet on the one hand and the user’s privacy on the other. What is allowed, and what is not? What consequences might follow abuse? These regulations state the rules regarding the use of ICT and internet facilities offered by Leiden University to its students, staff members, temporary personnel, visitors and others who agree with Leiden University. Leiden University expects that you familiarise yourself with these regulations.

Regulations on ICT and Internet use

See also Rules for proper use of the University of Gent, Belgium.

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