Each user shall at all times:
Usernames and passwords issued by Chest must be kept confidential, secure and only used according to all relevant instructions. Users must not attempt to change any username.
Any organisation or user who believes that a username or password has become known by any unauthorised person, or is being used in an unauthorised way, must inform Eduserv immediately.
Users shall not attempt to violate or circumvent any security measures put in place by Eduserv or any service provider, nor make any unauthorised attempt to decrypt any protected material.
Users must abide by the policies and terms and conditions stipulated by the operators of those networks and services that are required in order to use Chest’s website.
Any products, services or equipment used in conjunction with Chest's website must be regularly checked for viruses, malware and unauthorised access.
Chest's website must not be used in any manner that may adversely affect Chest’s ability to deliver its products and services to any user or customer.
Chest's website must not be used in a way that contravenes any licence or any rights of Chest, or of any third party, or contrary to any code of practice, instructions or guidelines issued by regulatory authorities.
Chest’s website must not be used to store, access, transmit, distribute, upload, download or knowingly receive Objectionable material or to carry out Objectionable activities. Objectionable means unlawful, false, misleading, offensive, pornographic, obscene, derogatory, discriminatory, racist, inflammatory, defamatory, malicious, threatening or causing nuisance or anxiety; or likely to expose Eduserv to claims, liability, prosecution or disrepute; or actionable by any third party.
Material published on our website, such as blog posts, guides and videos, is not meant to represent professional advice, but to share our views and ideas. It gives an overview of some common issues encountered in our experience – and we may mention things that we think are of current interest that might not necessarily have the most significant business impact.
Published January 2019 (updated April 2018)
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