At BHU option, BHU records the personally-identifiable and non-personally-identifiable information obtained via the SITE. We do not sell, share, or rent this information to anyone or any entity, and access to this information is explicitly restricted to employees of DTS who have a specific, job-related need for this same information. In addition, this SITE is protected to help prevent unauthorized access by all others. Further, BHU reserves the right at all times to disclose any material or information as necessary to satisfy any law, regulation, or US federal order. BHU reserves the right to collect, use, and distribute demographic data about you, the USER, and your use of the SITE in forms that do not identify you individually or reveal your personal identity.
Copyright Infringement. The Copyright Laws of the United States prohibit unauthorized copying. Violators may be subject to criminal prosecution and/or be liable for monetary damages. In general, you may not copy, download, install or use software on the Computer System without acquiring a license from the publisher. (For example, you may not copy it from a friend or other source.) Furthermore, you may not copy the University's software, unless such copying is specifically permitted by the license agreement. The ability to download documents from the Internet, and to attach files to E-mail messages, increases the opportunity for and risk of copyright infringement. A user can be liable for the unauthorized copying and distribution of copyrighted material through the use of download programs and E-mail. Accordingly, you may not copy and/or distribute any materials of a third party (including software, database files, documentation, articles, graphics files, audio or video files) unless you have the written permission of the copyright holder to do so. Any questions regarding copying or downloading should be directed to ITS. The "Georgia Computer Systems Protection Act" is an act enacted by the 1991 Georgia General Assembly and signed into law by the Governor effective July 1, 1991 to provide for criminal liability and penalties for the crimes of computer theft, computer trespass, computer invasion of privacy, computer forgery, and computer password disclosure; to provide for civil remedies and damages; provide for venue; to provide for other related matters; to provide an effective date; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes. Photographs and videos (BHU–images and those from freelancers) should be considered to be copyrighted materials. Photographs and videos supplied to University Communications from other offices or from non-university entities cannot be altered without written permission from the copyright holder, even if the image belongs to BHU