Data Truck LLC
Internet Services Acceptable Use Policy
May 22nd, 2013
Acceptable Use Policy:
Data Truck is dedicated to providing fast and reliable High-Speed Internet Service to our customers. This policy is written expressly to protect our customers from illegal or irresponsible activities. In order to keep our customers Internet experience enjoyable, all customers must follow the guidelines detailed below.
The services provided by Data Truck may only be used for lawful purposes. Materials received and/or transmissions made in violation of any local, state or Federal regulation(s) are prohibited. Data Truck does not normally monitor the activity of any specific account, but reserves the right to monitor an account's activity if requested to by legal authorities. Data Truck will cooperate with investigative inquiries posed by legal authorities. Data Truck reserves the right to examine system logs, accounting records, and other customer information to resolve system problems. Data Truck also reserves the right to access an account's e-mail box to resolve problems with the mail system.
Hacking, Cracking, and Viruses:
Customers are prohibited from using Data Truck services to facilitate the use of hacking, cracking, and/or virus software to compromise or facilitate the compromising of the security or integrity of any company, data, program, code, resources, accounts, website, server, or equipment. This includes, but is not limited to, the use of password discovery utilities, cracking tools, or network probing tools.
Customers are prohibited from using Data Truck service to facilitate copyright infringement. This prohibition includes but is not limited to the illegal use of copyrighted material, material legally judged to be threatening or obscene or material protected by trade secret.
Customer shall not resell or otherwise generate income by providing access to the Service to any other User without prior written authorization by Data Truck. If customer permits users to access the Services, customer shall defend, indemnify, and hold harmless Data Truck from and against all liabilities and costs (including reasonable attorneys' fees) arising from any and all claims by any such users in connection with the Services, regardless of the form of action, whether in contract, tort (including Data Truck's active or passive negligence), warranty, or strict liability. However, customer shall have no obligation to indemnify and defend Data Truck against claims for direct damages to real or tangible personal property, or for bodily injury or death, proximately caused by Data Truck's negligence.
Unsolicited commercial e-mail is defined as any commercial e-mail message or multiple messages sent to one or more recipients that is not specifically requested by the recipient(s). Sending unsolicited commercial e-mail is prohibited. This includes posting to multiple newsgroups if any of the newsgroups to which you are posting pertain to subjects not directly related to the main topic of the posting. Operation of a mail server that allows unsolicited e-mail messages to pass through it (an open relay) is also prohibited on our network.
Attempting to impersonate any person, including false IP addresses, domains, or other false information, is prohibited.
Chain letters are considered unsolicited e-mail and are restricted as such listed above under Spamming.
Mailbombing is defined as either e-mailing copies of a single message to many account holders, sending large or multiple files, or files that contain harmful programs, applets, or executable files, etc., generally with malicious intent. Sending, propagating, or replying to mail mailbombs is prohibited on our network.
Data Truck reserves the right to investigate complaints regarding e-mail.
Large E-mail Boxes:
To ensure server performance Data Truck reserves the right to remove any emails over 1 month old residing on our server.
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Last Modified December 18, 2012