A user is trying to connect to the Internet at a coffee shop. Before they are allowed to connect to the Internet, a screen appears on which they must acknowledge which actions are permitted while on the coffee shop’s network. This is an example of:
An acceptable use policy (AUP) is a policy implemented by a company that specifies which sorts of acts are permissible when utilizing their equipment. Many firms have acceptable usage policies in place that outline how workers are permitted to use company-owned devices. When using public wi-fi, such as at a coffee shop (such as Starbucks), before getting access to the network, you must recognize the AUP.