Does CIT monitor what web sites Iv isit or what Im doing with the campus network?
It is important here to distinguish between “content” and netflow/system logging information. Cornell University policy does not allow for the monitoring of content as a practice. CIT does not examine what information or files you are sending or receiving over the network. CIT does collect metrics on network traffic and applications, but does not normally analyze data content at the individual user level. CIT does not monitor or “sniff” individual data to examine the content of any data sent or received. The network-usage based billing system (NUBB) records the top 100 external IP addresses associated with your network activity, but these are normally accessible only to you to help you in identifying the source of your network usage. Please note, however, that exceptions could occur under extreme circumstances. Such cases could include acting under compulsory legal papers (such as a warrant issued by local, state, or federal authorities), reasonable suspicion of violation of law or pol