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1. Purpose and Background
Users must not use the University’s IT resources to access, use, copy, distribute or otherwise reproduce or make available to others any copyright-protected materials, including digital materials and software, except as permitted under copyright law (especially with respect to “fair use”) or specific license (see Acceptable Use of the University’s Information Technology Resources (IRM-002)).
The software provided through the University for its users may be used only as specified in the various software licenses.
The University regards violation of this policy as a serious matter, and any such violation is without its consent and is subject to disciplinary action. Repeated violations will result in loss of computing privileges, among other sanctions.
Pursuant to 37 CFR 201.38, the University has designated the following person (DMCA Agent) to receive notification from copyright owners of claimed infringement of copyright:
Jason C. Belford
Claimed Copyright Infringement
University of Virginia
P. O. Box 400898
(2400 Old Ivy Road)
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4898
(telephone) (434) 924-4165
(facsimile) (434) 243-9197
Procedures: The University’s procedures for handling copyright issues are available at Copyrights of Digital Materials and Software Procedures.
For a comprehensive list of the definitions found in the Acceptable Use, Data Protection, Information Security, and Privacy & Confidentiality policies, please click here.
4. Related Links
- Acceptable Use of the University’s Information Technology Resources (IRM-002)
- Copyrights of Digital Materials and Software Procedures
If you think you need to request an exception to these requirements, please refer to the Exceptions Process.