Date:  2 October 2006

To:    All UF Graduate Administrators, Faculty, Staff and Students

From:  UF Information Technology Security Team


The UF Information Technology Security Team wants to raise your awareness
about copyright violations. 

Sharing copyrighted material, including music, movies, software and some
intellectual property, without authorization is illegal. 

It is a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) of 1998 and
other state and federal laws. 

UF policies support legislation by prohibiting copyright violations. 

In addition to legal penalties, faculty, staff and students who violate
copyright law may face UF disciplinary action up to and including dismissal.

With your help, we hope to prevent copyright violations at UF.

For a comprehensive document on copyrights, visit the UF General Counsel's
FAQs page about copyright at:

For information on UFs piracy campaign, visit:

For more information on safe computing please visit:

The UF Information Technology Security Team thanks you for being
conscientious of copyright issues.