BACKGROUND 1. ArmyNET is provided as service to the British Army by the Web Exploitation Team of The Army Information Services, CBM Division, Land Forces Headquarters. AUTHORISED PERSONNEL 2. Authorised users are serving members of the Regular and Territorial Army, Reservists and their family members and guests. Access from non British Army personnel must be as a sponsored guest of a serving soldier. 3. Unauthorised attempts to access ArmyNET are strictly prohibited and are an offence under the Computer Misuse Act (1990). 4. The use of departmental Communications and Information Systems (CIS) facilities is subject to monitoring. Material held on MOD CIS equipment is considered to be the property of the MOD. Any information held on any MOD system may be made accessible to the chain of command or investigators without prior recourse. CONTENT 5. ArmyNET is a controlled area accessible only to authorised users and may be used to share UNCLASSIFIED information or information designated under the classification PROTECT. Information of a higher classification must not be placed on ArmyNET in any form. If such information is identified, users should notify ArmyNET (firstname.lastname@example.org) and their unit security officers immediately. For details of the Protective Marking Scheme and definitions of RESTRICTED etc. see JSP 440, Volume 1 PRIVACY 6. Information presented on ArmyNET is considered private information for the membership of ArmyNET and may not be distributed or copied outside of ArmyNET without prior written approval from the originator. 7. ArmyNET will not pass personal information to any individual or organisation unless there has deemed to have been a breach of the ArmyNET terms and conditions of use. INFORMATION USE 8. Information may be collected for statistical and site management purposes. This government computer system uses software to create summary statistics that are used for such purposes as assessing what information is of most and least interest, determining technical design specifications and identifying system performance or problem areas. ArmyNET also employs software to monitor network traffic, identify unauthorised attempts to upload or change information, or otherwise cause damage. 9. Cookies: ArmyNET uses session cookies (tokens that remain active until you close your browser) in order to personalise your browsing experience. You can choose not to accept these cookies but you will not be able to access ArmyNET. Refer to the help information in your browser software for instructions on cookies. FEEDBACK 10. If you have any questions or comments about the information presented here, please forward them to the author of this post or contact that ArmyNET Helpdesk on 01258 482101 or email@example.com.