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Acceptable Use Policy for VA.net services. "... one should be aware of, and attempt to follow, a protocol known as Net Etiquette (Netiquette), which is nothing more than "good manners" for the benefit of all."
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Unlawful Use of Computer Law

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Lydia Ko of New Zealand plays the sixth hole during the third round of the CME Group Tour Championship at Tiburon Golf Club on November 22, 2014, in Naples, FloridaNew Zealand teen Lydia Ko parred the fourth playoff hole to beat Carlota Ciganda and win the LPGA Tour Championship, completing a $1.5 million haul that included a season points crown. Ko tapped in for par on the final extra hole Sunday after her Spanish rival buried her approach under a bush, giving the Seoul-born 17-year-old her third title of her first full LPGA season. "This has been a big year, a roller coaster ride," Ko said. It will be hard for Ko to top the richest payday in women's golf history, the $500,000 tournament top prize and the $1 million season points bonus, an actual box filled with money.


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