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David Flores-2
Was wondering what, if any limits are placed on social media use at your institutions or organizations? Seems like the IT department at our graduate institution has decided to follow the lead of the hospital its affiliated with and is going to limit access only to sites that are not blacklisted with specific limits on shopping and social media sites. As it stands, the policy will only allow faculty, students and those who manage people to have unrestricted Internet access.

While the reason given has been one of security, I suspect that there's a productivity and reputation management argument  being made here.

Has this happened to any of you and how did you (and your campus) respond?

Thanks. 


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RE: Social media access

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No restrictions here other than identifiable bad actors (malicious sites) and all are banned at the gate.

 

Interesting this comes out two days after cyber Monday. Bestbuy and Amazon will NOT be amused.

 

 

 

-Eric

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From: David Flores [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, November 30, 2016 11:04 AM
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Subject: [uwebd] Social media access

 

Was wondering what, if any limits are placed on social media use at your institutions or organizations? Seems like the IT department at our graduate institution has decided to follow the lead of the hospital its affiliated with and is going to limit access only to sites that are not blacklisted with specific limits on shopping and social media sites. As it stands, the policy will only allow faculty, students and those who manage people to have unrestricted Internet access.

 

While the reason given has been one of security, I suspect that there's a productivity and reputation management argument  being made here.

 

Has this happened to any of you and how did you (and your campus) respond?

 

Thanks. 



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Kristen Titsworth
None, unless they're malicious sites or some others that are deemed "Inappropriate" (GQ, Cosmopolitan, Torrent/illegal downloading sites, etc.).

Kristen
 


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>>> "Kreider,Eric W" <[hidden email]> 11/30/16 12:45 PM >>>

No restrictions here other than identifiable bad actors (malicious sites) and all are banned at the gate.

 

Interesting this comes out two days after cyber Monday. Bestbuy and Amazon will NOT be amused.

 

 

 

-Eric

Eric Kreider

Director, Web Services

(330) 972-5303

[hidden email]

 

From: David Flores [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, November 30, 2016 11:04 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [uwebd] Social media access

 

Was wondering what, if any limits are placed on social media use at your institutions or organizations? Seems like the IT department at our graduate institution has decided to follow the lead of the hospital its affiliated with and is going to limit access only to sites that are not blacklisted with specific limits on shopping and social media sites. As it stands, the policy will only allow faculty, students and those who manage people to have unrestricted Internet access.

 

While the reason given has been one of security, I suspect that there's a productivity and reputation management argument  being made here.

 

Has this happened to any of you and how did you (and your campus) respond?

 

Thanks. 



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Re: Social media access

Matthew Bundrick
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Same.

MATT BUNDRICK | CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 
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On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 12:42 PM, Kreider,Eric W <[hidden email]> wrote:

No restrictions here other than identifiable bad actors (malicious sites) and all are banned at the gate.

 

Interesting this comes out two days after cyber Monday. Bestbuy and Amazon will NOT be amused.

 

 

 

-Eric

Eric Kreider

Director, Web Services

<a href="tel:%28330%29%20972-5303" value="+13309725303" target="_blank">(330) 972-5303

[hidden email]

 

From: David Flores [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, November 30, 2016 11:04 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [uwebd] Social media access

 

Was wondering what, if any limits are placed on social media use at your institutions or organizations? Seems like the IT department at our graduate institution has decided to follow the lead of the hospital its affiliated with and is going to limit access only to sites that are not blacklisted with specific limits on shopping and social media sites. As it stands, the policy will only allow faculty, students and those who manage people to have unrestricted Internet access.

 

While the reason given has been one of security, I suspect that there's a productivity and reputation management argument  being made here.

 

Has this happened to any of you and how did you (and your campus) respond?

 

Thanks. 



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