CMIS is obliged to monitor Internet use to fulfill our responsibilities with regard to Thai law. CMIS accepts that the use of the Internet is an extremely valuable business, research, and learning tool. However, misuse of such a facility can have a detrimental effect on other users and potentially the School’s public profile. As a result, CMIS monitors;
- The volume of Internet and network traffic.
- The Internet sites visited (Internet access is recorded and kept for 90 days).
- CMIS email users should have no expectation of privacy in anything they store, send, or receive on the school's email system.
- The school maintains the right to access user email accounts in the pursuit of an appropriately authorized investigation.
The specific content of any transactions will not be monitored unless there is a suspicion of improper use.
In the event of improper use, action may be taken as deemed appropriate by the IT Director, Director, or Superintendent.
Note: CMIS is committed to ensuring that any monitoring is undertaken with respect to the privacy of the user and with regard to Thailand Cyber-Crime Act.