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5601.5.39.1.3
Threaten to commit a crime against any person or property; or
5601.5.39.1.4
Cause obscene material to be delivered or transmitted to a specific
person after being requested to desist from sending such material.
5601.5.39.2
It is unlawful for any person to knowingly permit a computer under his or
her control to be used for any purpose prohibited by this section
5601.5.39.3
Any offense committed under this section may be determined to have oc-
curred at the place at which the contact originated or the place at which the contact was
received or intended to be received.
5601.6 Enforcement and Penalties
5601.6.1
Students committing prohibited actions will be held accountable and shall be subject
to disciplinary action in accordance with Policy File 4101, Discipline. Students may have
their computer privileges suspended or revoked at the discretion of the building principal. The
creation, storing, sending, or viewing, electronic publications shall be considered the same as
a printed publication for the purposes of discipline matters.
5601.6.2
Employees of the Harrison County Board of Education committing prohibited ac-
tions will be held accountable and shall be subject to disciplinary action in accordance with
the School Laws of the State of West Virginia and applicable personnel policies.
5601.6.3
Student teachers or parent volunteers committing prohibited actions will be held
accountable and may have their student teaching/parent volunteer privileges in the Harrison
County Schools terminated.
5601.6.4
Users who suspect their accounts have been compromised should contact the net-
work administrator for their building, the school principal, or the Technology Coordinator.
5601.6.5
Criminal activities will be reported to the appropriate law enforcement agency.
5601.6.6
Other penalties may include; suspension, dismissal, and/or legal action, including
action to recover damages.
5601.7 Copyright Laws and Software License Agreements
5601.7.1
Unauthorized copying, unauthorized use, or illegal transmission of computer soft-
ware is a violation of federal law and may also be a breach of a license agreement, and is