The Rotary Club of Snoqualmie Valley
The Rotary Club of Snoqualmie Valley, Snoqualmie Washington, United States of America (the “Rotary Club”) maintains a web site at https://snoqualmievalleyrotary.org (the “Web Site”). The Web Site is for both public and Rotary Club member use.
The purpose of this policy is to safeguard the Rotary Club’s Web Site against malicious or improper use.
Web Site Usage
The Rotary Club’s Web Site may be used for:
- Obtaining information about the Rotary Club’s meeting and event schedule;
- Registering for Rotary Club events, projects, and fundraisers;
- Applying for and providing information about Rotary Club grants;
- Making donations to the Rotary Club;
- Viewing and reading club meeting or Board meeting minutes;
- Communicating with the Web Site administrator;
- Linking to DacDB (for club members only); and
- Linking to the Rotary International web site (for Rotary Club Members only).
The Rotary Club’s Web Site may not be used for any of the following purposes:
- Dissemination of discriminatory, harassing, or threatening commentary about the Rotary Club, Rotary Club Members, or citizens of the Snoqualmie Valley;
- Posting of any media deemed inappropriate by the Rotary Club Board of Directors, including, but not limited to, salacious or pornographic material;
- Using or disclosing a Rotary Club Member’s personal data, including, but not limited to, user name and password, mailing address, phone number, and e-mail address without written authorization from the Rotary Club Member;
- Introducing malicious software into the Web Site, or into any web sites linked from the Web Site;
- Distributing malicious software to any Web Site users, which include Rotary Club Members and the Rotary Club’s Web Site users; and
- Distributing any information or commentary that is not related to the purposes and goals of the Rotary Club as defined by Rotary International: https://my.rotary.org/en/guiding-principles
The Board of Directors of the Rotary Club will determine how violations of this policy will be addressed. Remedies may include:
- Letter (or e-mail) of reprimand;
- Blockage of one or more IP Addresses;
- Reduction of a user’s access permissions;
- Revocation of a user’s login permissions; or
- Legal action.
Users are assumed to be in compliance once they have been provided a link to this policy document on the Web Site.
|2020-04-06||Final revisions after review by Technology Committee.|
|2020-03-27||Revision of original draft in response to feedback from Admin committee members and from Kelly Burdette|
|2020-03-08||Original draft produced by David S. Moore|