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Suspected Copyright Violation
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Use of University of Toronto Name
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Conduct of Contributors
The University of Toronto expects that contributors to the Open UToronto website will conduct themselves in a respectable manner and according to law. Contributors to Open UToronto agree to abide by University of Toronto’s Policy on Information Technology. The University of Toronto reserves the right to modify or remove content or change or terminate access of contributors to Open UToronto who fail to comply with these policies.
(Adapted from Open.Michigan)