Routine monitoring of usage will not occur. In the event of reported or suspected unacceptable use in violation of this policy, the Chief Justice of the Nebraska Supreme Court, the State Court Administrator, the State Probation Administrator, or their designee may authorize the Deputy State Court Administrator for Information Technology to request monitoring of usage by a person subject to this policy, including Internet access and e-mail transmission, to be conducted by State of Nebraska Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) or an applicable service provider.
Remedial action may include disciplinary proceedings against the individual or individuals responsible for the violation of this policy, including termination of employment or reporting to the appropriate disciplinary authority. If, in the judgment of the Chief Justice, it is believed that criminal activity has taken place within the SDCN and/or the NSCN infrastructure, the Chief Justice will notify the proper authorities and will assist in any investigation of any offense.
The Nebraska Supreme Court accepts no responsibility for traffic which violates the acceptable use policy of any other networks connected, either directly or indirectly, to the SDCN and/or the NSCN. If the owner of any network connected to the SDCN and/or the NSCN notifies the Nebraska Supreme Court’s Information Technology Services of a violation of its acceptable use policy, the Nebraska Supreme Court’s Information Technology Services shall inform the agency, board, commission, or affiliate organization within which such violation occurred. It shall be the responsibility of the agency, board, commission, or affiliate organization to take appropriate remedial action and notify the owner of the connected network.
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