Acceptable Use Policy
Last updated: 18.02.2021.
If your bandwidth either exceeds the allowance set as part of your package/service or reaches the point where it has an adverse effect on other customers we reserve the right to:
The use of any of our services/servers to send bulk or unsolicited email messages (commercial or otherwise), or to collect the responses from unsolicited email is prohibited.
The transfer, duplication, making available or illegal obtention of any copyrighted material including but not limited to agreements, licensed software, programmes, data, music, films and other literary or artistic work is prohibited.
Conduct in connection with email or Usenet news that is an obvious nuisance (such as "mail bombing") or that would be unlawful in other contexts (for example but not limited to, threats, harassment, defamation, obscenity, or software piracy) is prohibited.
Falsifying address information or otherwise modifying headers to conceal the sender's or recipient's identity, for the purpose of circumventing this policy, is prohibited. This provision is not intended to disallow the use of aliases or anonymous remailers for any legitimate purpose.
Using any of our services to commit, aid or abet any violation or infringement of copyright, trademark, patent, design or database right or any other intellectual property right is prohibited.
Using our facilities to engage in activities that violate the terms of services of any other Internet Services Provider is prohibited. For example, but without limitation, sending unsolicited commercial email through our facilities to the subscribers of any Internet or online service provider that disallows unsolicited commercial e-mail is prohibited.
Violation of this policy may result in temporary suspension or permanent termination of one or more services at our sole discretion. We do not issue service credits for any outages incurred though service disablement resulting from policy violations.
You represent, undertake and warrant to us that you will use our services for lawful purposes and only as authorised herein. In particular, you represent, warrant and undertake to us that you will: