University of Missouri

48-52: A Resolution in Support of Banning Access to the Website JuicyCampus.Com on the University of Missouri’s Internet Server Until Violations of its Terms and Conditions are Enforced

Whereas, the Attorney General for New Jersey has initiated a formal investigation of the website because, “they’re engaged in unconscionable business practices and deceptive business practices,” and

Whereas, JuicyCampus.com states in their Terms of Agreement:

“You agree that JuicyCampus shall have the right (but not the obligation) to re-arrange, remove and/or restrict access to any Content on the Site at any time in its sole discretion, for any reason or for no reason. BY USING THE SITE, YOU AGREE THAT JUICYCAMPUS SHALL HAVE NO OBLIGATION TO MONITOR CONTENT ON THE SITE OR TO DELETE CONTENT FROM THE SITE, EVEN IF JUICYCAMPUS IS NOTIFIED THAT SUCH CONTENT VIOLATES THIS AGREEMENT.” (Caps Original), and

Whereas, JuicyCampus.com states in their Terms of Agreement:

“IF YOU WISH TO REPORT CONTENT THAT VIOLATES THESE GUIDELINES, YOU MAY DO SO BY SENDING US A LETTER OR EMAILING CS@JUICYCAMPUS.COM….JUICYCAMPUS CANNOT AND DOES NOT GUARANTEE THAT IT WILL READ YOUR REPORT, OR RESPOND TO IT, IN ANY PARTICULAR TIME FRAME. OR AT ALL.” (Caps Original), and

Whereas, JuicyCampus.com’s fraudulent business practices have begun to pose a safety risk for student’s safety on campus, and

Whereas, Tennessee State University has banned access to the website on the campus server.

Therefore, Be It Enacted that the Missouri Student Association Senate supports a ban of the website JuicyCampus.com on the University of Missouri Internet Server until the website administrators enforce violations of the Terms & Conditions Agreement when such violations are reported to the site.

Respectfully Submitted,

Phyllis Williams                Jonathan Mays                 Jordan Paul
Academic Affairs              Senate Speaker                President-Elect