Be nice with our data and our website.
ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY
ACCEPTABLE USE OF WEBSITE. You agree as follows in respect of the acceptable
will not and agree not to:
- use or attempt to use the Website for any illegal, abusive or unethical
activities as determined by us in our sole discretion, which include by
example and not limitation, transmission of illegal pornographic material,
invasion of privacy, defamation, infringement of another person's copyright,
trade secret, patent, trademark or other intellectual property rights,
hacking or cracking (gaining unauthorized use of a computer), distributing
computer viruses or other malware, gambling, harassment of another or
distribution of other harmful materials, code, programs or scripts.
- send unsolicited bulk mail messages ("junk mail" or "spam"). This includes
bulk-mailing of commercial advertising, information announcements, charitable
solicitations and political solicitations. Such material may only be sent
to those who have specifically requested it or as authorized by applicable
law, provided that if you assert that your activities are authorized by
applicable law, you shall provide an opinion of reputable counsel establishing
a basis upon which your actions are taken. Malicious or threatening e-mail
is also prohibited. Normally we will assume that you are in compliance
with this provision, however, if an upstream provider blacklists our IP
range or mail server as a result of activities we trace to you, we will
presume that you are in violation of this provision.
- breach any applicable data protection statute by, for example, sending
or storing personal information (as defined in applicable data protection
statutes) in an unencrypted form.
- impersonate another person, falsify the source of TCP/IP packets, spoof
any portion of an email or TCP/IP header, or misrepresent authorization
to act on behalf of others or us. All messages and packets transmitted
via the Internet Service should correctly identify the sender and source;
you may not alter the attribution of origin in electronic mail messages
- undermine the security or integrity of computing systems or networks
or gain unauthorized access or control over our computers or any other
- permit another person to use your resources or the Website to conduct
any of the matters you are prohibited from doing.
- distribute any files in any peer-to-peer or file sharing arrangement,
where it is possible that in such file sharing process any of the Website
may be used to distribute copyrighted materials to or from persons who
are not authorized to receive, copy, distribute or use them.
- take any action that would cause us to violate any terms of an upstream
service provider's acceptable use policy.
The above list of acceptable and unacceptable uses of the Website is not intended
to be exhaustive, but rather illustrative of the range of unacceptable uses.
We have the right in our sole discretion to determine whether any particular
conduct is an acceptable use of the Website. In cases where we determine you
engaged in conduct that you reasonably believed did not violate this policy
in good faith, we will provide you electronic notice of our determination
that such conduct is not an acceptable use, and provided you cease such conduct
not later than 24 hours after such notice, you will not be considered to be
in breach of this Agreement.
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