ResNet Registration Quiz
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Some viruses provide ways for other people to use your computer for illegal activities, leaving you responsible for any damages.
If you can log-on to your computer without entering a complex password (a password with upper and lower case letters, numbers and symbols, such as "W@y$3cUr3"), your computer is violating the ResNet AUP and is just waiting to get infected and/or hacked.
It is your responsibility to keep your computer's operating system up-to-date with the updates provided by your operating system manufacturer.
You don't need to register your wireless access point with ResNet as long as you are the only one to using it.
When a copyright protection agency sues someone for distributing copyrighted material, they subpoena the school for the contact information of the person using the identified network address. When UCSD receives that subpoena, they must __________.
Provide you with a lawyer.
Hide your identity to protect you.
Abide by the law and provide any appropriate information requested by the court.
Pay for your legal fees.
Smuggle you out of the country.
If you use Peer-to-Peer applications (Kazaa, i2Hub, BitTorrent, etc) to download copyrighted material, you take the following risks:
Getting a virus.
All of these.
Getting your network connection blocked.
Getting referred to Judicial Affairs.
Getting sued. More than 70 UCSD students have been sued.
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