SF's Acceptable Use Policy and Internet Rules of Use meet a lot of the standards set by the National Education Association, but not all.
The preamble explains why the policy is needed, the goals of the policy, and that employees need to adhere to the general code of conduct of the company. It does not include any information on the "process of developing the policy."
The definition section is non-existant. Under defintions there is one word: "None."
The policy statement does list the specific computer services that the policy applies to and the qualification requirements of using the systems.
The acceptable uses section does list specific examples of how the network may be used, but it does not define what is meant by "primarily for business purposes."
The unnacceptable uses section does give "clear, specific examples of what constitues unacceptable use."
Finally, the violations/sanctions section does list a contact number for questions regarding the policy, but it does not mention how employees can report violations of the AUP. I was confused by this standard because the word "sanction" isn't included in the standard's definition. I would expect the standard to also include what will happen to an employee/student if there are repeated violations.
I'm including my notes in case we were supposed to reference specific examples.AUP.docx