This is the one we use for our Guest/Student network

By accessing this network you agree to the following:


<li>You will not utilize this network for any illegal purpose</li>
<li>You will not utilize this network in such a way that may degrade the performance of the network for others</li>
<li>Usage of this network may be revoked at any time for any reason deemed by Charlotte United Christian Academy</li>
<li>You agree to hold Charlotte United Christian Academy and Associated Organizations blameless in any issues that may arise</li>
If you have any issues please contact IT Services

Riley Childs
IT Manager
Library Services Administrator
Charlotte United Christian Academy
office: +1 (704) 537-0331 x101
mobile: +1 (704) 497-2086
twitter: @RowdyChildren
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From: Code for Libraries <[log in to unmask]> on behalf of Nate Hill <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Thursday, January 22, 2015 9:11 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: [CODE4LIB] wifi / network use policies

Hi all,

I wonder if libraries that manage their own networks, either academic or
public, would be willing to share their wifi / network use policies with
me?  I'm working with the city of Chattanooga to separate our library's 4th
Floor GigLab <> from the city's network.  The 4th
Floor is our library's beta space / makerspace / civic lab, and we are
constantly running public experiments of one kind or another here.  Our ISP
has given us a separate 1gig fiber drop for this space, and we intend to
use (or keep using) the whole area as a public laboratory to experiment
with the network, hardware, and software.

So... I need to get a policy to city legal for review and to my board
before we actually make this separation.  I don't really want to go to jail
when someone hacks North Korea from the library's GigLab.

Thanks for any documents or input you all might provide,


Nate Hill
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