TTUHSC IT Policies
8.1. COPYRIGHT AND COMPUTER SOFTWARE
Copying, adapting, and/or electronically transmitting computer software is strictly
- Where a new copy or adaptation is created as an essential step in the utilization
of the computer program in conjunction with a machine and that it is used in no other
- Where a new copy and adaptation is for archival purposes only and that all archival
copies are destroyed in the event that continued possession of the computer program
should cease to be rightful.
- Where appropriate, written consent (from the holder of such copyright) is obtained.
- Where the software is in the public domain, and appropriate documentation can be supplied.
As with CD’s and DVD’s, computer programs may not be rented, leased, or loaned for
direct or indirect commercial advantage.
Lawful transfer of possession of a legally licensed computer program may be exempt,
provided there are no existing copies left on the original machine.