DJJ Form AD-IS1205.10-1 "Proprietary Software Policy Acknowledgement" - Florida

What Is DJJ Form AD-IS1205.10-1?

This is a legal form that was released by the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice - a government authority operating within Florida. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on July 1, 2005;
  • The latest edition provided by the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
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  • Compatible with most PDF-viewing applications;
  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

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AD-IS 1205.10-1
Revised 7/05
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
Proprietary Software Policy
Title 17 United States Code, section 101 et seq., the Federal Copyright Act, protects the
interests of persons who have developed original works of authorship, including
computer software. Commercial software developers have for many years relied upon
copyrights to protect their interests in these valuable creative works. Violations of
copyright act, such as unauthorized copying of software, can result in substantial and
criminal penalties.
The Department of Juvenile Justice recognizes and supports the legitimate interests of
copyright holders, and prohibits its employees from violating the rights of copyright
holders. License agreements for commercial software often provide only a right to use
the software; these agreements do not transfer ownership of the software to the user.
In most cases, license agreements for software prohibit copying the software, except for
archival purposes. Some license agreements also prohibit use of the software on any
machine other than the one for which the license was obtained.
All users of commercial software products licensed to the department are responsible
for upholding the terms of the license agreement. Unless the license clearly provides
the right to copy the software or to use it on another machine, employees must assume
that it is illegal to do so. Before copying software, or installing software on a computer
other than the one it was originally licensed for, all employees must ensure that the
terms of the software license permit the copying or installation. If you are not sure as to
the specifics of a certain license, please contact the Bureau of Information Technology
(IT) representative assigned to your area.
Acknowledgement Form
I have read and understand the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice’s policies on
unauthorized copying of proprietary software. I understand that unauthorized copying is
a violation of federal law, and that I may be subject to civil and criminal penalties for
unauthorized copying. By signing this form, I agree to abide by these policies.
Signature of Employee
Date
Page 1 of 1
AD-IS 1205.10-1
Revised 7/05
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
Proprietary Software Policy
Title 17 United States Code, section 101 et seq., the Federal Copyright Act, protects the
interests of persons who have developed original works of authorship, including
computer software. Commercial software developers have for many years relied upon
copyrights to protect their interests in these valuable creative works. Violations of
copyright act, such as unauthorized copying of software, can result in substantial and
criminal penalties.
The Department of Juvenile Justice recognizes and supports the legitimate interests of
copyright holders, and prohibits its employees from violating the rights of copyright
holders. License agreements for commercial software often provide only a right to use
the software; these agreements do not transfer ownership of the software to the user.
In most cases, license agreements for software prohibit copying the software, except for
archival purposes. Some license agreements also prohibit use of the software on any
machine other than the one for which the license was obtained.
All users of commercial software products licensed to the department are responsible
for upholding the terms of the license agreement. Unless the license clearly provides
the right to copy the software or to use it on another machine, employees must assume
that it is illegal to do so. Before copying software, or installing software on a computer
other than the one it was originally licensed for, all employees must ensure that the
terms of the software license permit the copying or installation. If you are not sure as to
the specifics of a certain license, please contact the Bureau of Information Technology
(IT) representative assigned to your area.
Acknowledgement Form
I have read and understand the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice’s policies on
unauthorized copying of proprietary software. I understand that unauthorized copying is
a violation of federal law, and that I may be subject to civil and criminal penalties for
unauthorized copying. By signing this form, I agree to abide by these policies.
Signature of Employee
Date
Page 1 of 1