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Updated April 1, 2007
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Date updated: April 1, 2007
Public Relations Committee
These Guidelines explain necessary items related to the correct management and operation of the Kokugakuin University homepage (hereinafter called the “homepage”), which is established to release information widely both within and outside the University.
1. Deliberative body
The Public Relations Committee deliberates and makes decisions relating to basic policies and necessary points for the overall management and operation of the homepage.
2. Homepage management and operations administration
The Planning and Policy Office of the General Planning Division performs the following tasks as the management and operations administrator of the homepage.
(1) Pertaining to management and operation of the homepage.
(2) Pertaining to the overall structure and coordination of the homepage.
(3) Pertaining to coordination and communications with other related divisions necessary to perform the tasks listed above.
3. Homepage support and development administration
The Information Systems Office of the Academic Media Center Division performs the following tasks as the homepage support and development administrator.
(1) Pertaining to management and operations of the server system and network system.
(2) Pertaining to coordination and communications with other related divisions necessary to perform the tasks listed above.
4. Posted content
Information to be posted on the homepage will have content that corresponds to any of the following:
(1) Content that is for the purpose or support of education or research at this University
(2) Content related to University public relations
(3) Content related to issues or activities outside class that are approved by this University
(4) Content related to student activities or support for job seeking
(5) Other content approved by the public relations committee
The following parties are able to register information on the homepage (hereinafter called “registrants”)
(1) All University departments that perform tasks related to those described in 4 above.
(2) Faculty members of this University that perform tasks related to those described in 4 above.
(3) Other people or groups approved by the public relations committee.
6. Duties of registrants
Registrants have complete responsibility for creation and updating, etc, of information, as well as for their content, management and operations, and in addition they must observe the following rules.
It is prohibited to post the following information.
(1) Information not related to those described in 4 above.
(2) Information that violates intellectual property rights such as copyrights.
(3) Harassing or threatening content.
(4) Misinformation that opposes public order and decency.
(5) Content that denigrates other people.
(6) Anything that includes personal information that the principal has not approved.
(7) Any election activity for specific individuals or groups, or proselytizing activity for religious groups.
(8) Anything for the purpose of business profits.
(9) Anything else that this University deems to be inappropriate information for public release.
Further, information that is publically released must be kept correct and up to date.
7. Registration and updating procedures
(1) In principle, each department that creates a homepage performs registration tasks for that department. Additionally, each department is to make appropriate updates and deletions.
(2) The head of the Public Relations Office can direct or advise the registrants as necessary.
8. Registration of information by individual students
Registration of information by individual students is not permitted, and furthermore, linking from the University to homepages of individual students established outside the University network is not allowed.
Additionally, when an individual student establishes a homepage for education or research, it is to be approved under the responsibility of an academic adviser.
9. Registration of information by student groups
Registration of information by student groups that are approved by the University for activities outside of departments, or other student groups, must have permission from the Student Affairs Department, and the content, management and operation must be in accordance with directions from the Student Affairs Department.
Additionally, permission from the Student Affairs Department is required for links to student group homepages established outside the University network.
10. Deletion of registration
If the registered content corresponds to any of the following items, the registration may be deleted and release of the information suspended by deliberation of the Public Relations Committee.
(1) When it is in violation of the items described in these Guidelines.
(2) When the registration application contains false information.
(3) Otherwise, when the University determines that release of such information is inappropriate.
11. Protection of personal information
Personal information must be protected. In particular, measures must be established to ensure that the purpose of collecting personal information is clear, and that agreement is obtained from people when their personal information is publicized. Furthermore, this University has established personal information protection policies, and the import of those policies must be fully respected.
12. Observing related regulations
The regulations pertaining to the use of all of the services provided by the Academic Media Center on the University network must be followed (Kokugakuin University Information Network Usage Regulations, and Rules for Disciplinary Procedures for Improper Users of the Information Network). When it becomes clear that there is a violation of the items described above, it will be dealt with by referencing specific regulations.
13. Revision and abolition of Guidelines
The University President may revise or abolish these Guidelines after deliberation by the Public Relations Committee.