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SCOUG, Warp Expo West, and Warpfest are trademarks of the Southern California OS/2 User Group. OS/2, Workplace Shell, and IBM are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. All other trademarks remain the property of their respective owners.

The Southern California OS/2 User Group
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Santa Ana, CA 92799-6904, USA

Conduct and Ethical Guidelines
of the
Southern California OS/2 User Group

adopted Feb. 21, 1996


The use of the term 'SCOUG' shall mean the Southern California OS/2 User Group. The phrase 'SCOUG activities' shall mean scheduled SCOUG activities and events as well as individual volunteer efforts expended in the name of SCOUG. The word 'individual' means SCOUG member or guest.


While participating in SCOUG activities, individuals:

  • Must not use the SCOUG name other than in the conduct of SCOUG business as determined by the SCOUG Board of Directors.

  • Must not use any SCOUG membership list or any part thereof except in the conduct of SCOUG business as determined by the SCOUG Bylaws and/or the SCOUG Board of Directors.

  • Must not make illegal copies of copyrighted and/or licensed software or use unauthorized copies on SCOUG computers.

  • Must conduct themselves and their activities in a professional manner marked by integrity, responsibility and a spirit of fair play.

  • Must further the interests of SCOUG.

The following Standards of Conduct directives are designed to highlight the primary obligations of individuals who act on SCOUG's behalf. These directives are designed to provide guidance and, therefore, are not exhaustive. Unless otherwise explicitly stated in this policy, any disclosure activity required by the provisions herein will be directed to the Board of Directors.

  • SCOUG expects that individuals who act on its behalf will behave ethically as a matter of course. Consequently, individuals who act on SCOUG's behalf have an obligation to use their best judgement and to act in accordance with the highest ethical standards in all SCOUG-related matters.

  • Individuals acting on SCOUG's behalf have an obligation to act in the best interests of SCOUG.

  • Individuals acting on SCOUG's behalf have an obligation to avoid conflicts of interest.

  • Individuals acting on SCOUG's behalf shall not use their position or influence with SCOUG to act or make decisions which will confer upon themselves, the company with which they are affiliated, or any third party, an improper benefit.

  • A conflict of interest arises when individuals acting on SCOUG's behalf have an interest in or relationship with a business or person that may compromise their ability to act in the best interests of SCOUG or to exercise impartial judgement.

  • Individuals acting on SCOUG's behalf have an obligation to refrain from using for personal gain information which they acquire through SCOUG affiliation and which is not generally available to the public. Individuals may use such information for SCOUG-approved purposes.

  • Gifts received by individuals acting on SCOUG's behalf are the property of SCOUG. Individuals are obligated to notify the SCOUG Board of Directors of such receipt. The Board of Directors determines the disposition of such gifts.


Copyright 1996 the Southern California OS/2 User Group. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

OS/2, Workplace Shell, and IBM are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. All other trademarks remain the property of their respective owners.