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Wat (wie) is Acceptable Use Policy - definitie

A SET OF RULES APPLIED BY THE MANAGER OF A NETWORK
Acceptable Use Policy; Fair Use Policy; Fair usage policy; Fair Usage Policy; Acceptable usage policy; Fair usage clause; Abuse report

Acceptable Use Policy         
<networking> (AUP) Rules applied by many transit networks which restrict the use to which the network may be put. A well known example is NSFNet which does not allow commercial use. Enforcement of AUPs varies with the network. (1994-11-08)
Military policy         
PUBLIC POLICY DEALING WITH INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND THE MILITARY
National defense policy; National defence policy; Defense policy; Defence policy
Military policy (also called defence policy or defense policy) is public policy dealing with multinational security and the military. It comprises the measures and initiatives that governments do or do not take in relation to decision-making and strategic goals, such as when and how to commit national armed forces.
Policy studies         
SUBDISICIPLINE OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
Public policy analysis; Policy study; Policy Studies; Policy science
Policy studies is a subdisicipline of political science that includes the analysis of the process of policymaking (the policy process) and the contents of policy (policy analysis). Policy analysis includes substantive area research (such as health or education policy), program evaluation and impact studies, and policy design.

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Acceptable use policy

An acceptable use policy (AUP), acceptable usage policy or fair use policy is a set of rules applied by the owner, creator or administrator of a computer network website, or service. That restricts the ways in which the network, website or system may be used and sets guidelines as to how it should be used. AUP documents are written for corporations, businesses, universities, schools, internet service providers (ISPs), and website owners, often to reduce the potential for legal action that may be taken by a user, and often with little prospect of enforcement.

Acceptable use policies are an integral part of the framework of information security policies; it is often common practice to ask new members of an organization to sign an AUP before they are given access to its information systems. For this reason, an AUP must be concise and clear. While at the same time covering the most important points about what users are, and are not allowed to do with the IT systems of an organization, it should refer users to the more comprehensive security policy where relevant. It should also, and very notably define what sanctions will be applied if a user breaks the AUP. Compliance with this policy should as usual, be measured by regular audits.

In some cases a fair usage policy applied to a service allowing nominally unlimited use for a fixed fee simply sets a cap on what may be used. This is intended to allow normal usage but, prevent what is considered excessive. For example, users of an "unlimited" broadband Internet service may be subject to suspension, termination, or bandwidth limiting for usage which is continually excessive, unfair, affects other users enjoyment of the broadband service. Also it is not consistent with the usage typically expected on a particular access package". The policy is enforced directly, without legal proceedings.

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1. "This site has been suspended while Network Solutions is investigating whether the site‘s content is in violation of the Network Solutions Acceptable Use Policy," the company said in a posting on the Web site set up to promote the film.