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St. Luke’s Wi-Fi Acceptable Use

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St. Luke’s Acceptable Use Policy.

Acceptable Use Policy

All users of the Wi-Fi System must comply with St. Luke’s Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).

St. Luke’s Health System offers this open wireless network within its locations to provide Internet access for guests, patients, visitors, employees, and contractors. You acknowledge that if you access the Internet, you may receive or be exposed to content, goods, or services which you consider to be improper, inaccurate, misleading, defamatory, obscene, or otherwise offensive.

St. Luke’s Health System provides access to the Internet and the St. Luke’s Health System network on an "as is" basis with all risks inherent in such access. By connecting to the St. Luke’s Health System network, the user acknowledges the risks associated with public access to the Internet and hereby releases and indemnifies St. Luke’s Health System from any damages that might occur.

St. Luke’s may remove, block, filter, or restrict by any other means any materials that, in our sole discretion, may be illegal, may subject St. Luke’s Health System to liability, or may violate this AUP. St. Luke’s Health System may cooperate with legal authorities and/or third parties in the investigation of any suspected or alleged crime or civil wrong. Violation of this AUP may result in the suspension or termination of your access to the Wi-Fi System.

Responsibilities

You must provide all equipment (including computer hardware and software, personal digital assistants, and wireless network cards.) to connect to the Wi-Fi System. St. Luke’s Health System cannot guarantee that your hardware or software will work with the hospital’s wireless connection. If you have problems accessing the Internet over the wireless connection, our staff cannot assist in making changes to the user’s network settings or perform any troubleshooting on your device. You should refer to the owners’ manual for your device or other support services offered by your device manufacturer.

You must comply with local, state, federal, and international laws and regulations, including but not limited to copyright and intellectual property rights laws.

Minors should only access the connection under parental or guardian oversight. Any restrictions, limitations, and monitoring of a minor’s access to the hospital’s public wireless network is the sole responsibility of the parent or guardian. 

St. Luke’s Health System is not responsible for sensitive information communicated through this public wireless connection, such as credit card, personal data, or banking information. St. Luke’s Health System assumes no responsibility and shall not be liable for any loss of data, damage, or viruses/malware that may infect your device on account of your access to, or use of, the public wireless connection.