Internet Usage Policy

Customers of Como Park Zoo and Conservatory’s Internet facilities must comply with the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory rules and regulations and the Internet Use Policy.

Customers of Como Park Zoo and Conservatory’s wireless Internet may not use it to display graphics that are obscene or harmful to minors. Graphics “obscene or harmful to minors” refer to some sexually explicit graphics. For the complete definition, please read the Definition of Terms page.

Customers of Como Park Zoo and Conservatory’s wireless Internet may not use it for any illegal purpose, for example, software piracy, copyright infringement, or transmission of threatening or harassing materials.

Parents are responsible for their children’s wireless Internet access and should offer guidance. Como Park Zoo and Conservatory’s staff will not oversee children’s use of the Internet, except when the staff is aware that the children’s use violates this policy.

Customers who violate this policy will be asked to discontinue the activity. If they continue, they will be asked to leave Como Park Zoo and Conservatory facility. If they refuse to leave, they will be considered trespassers, and the police may be called to remove them.

June 5, 2013 (orig. May 20, 1998)