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Acceptable Use Policy?


General Statement: ChristianWebHoster's Acceptable Use Policy ("AUP") is provided to give our clients and users a clear understanding of what ChristianWebHoster expects of them while using a product or service. All users of ChristianWebHoster's products and services: those who access some of our Products and Services but do not have accounts, users accessing content you place on ChristianWebHoster's products and services, as well as those who pay a service fee to subscribe to any Products or Services, may not use, promote, host, or participate in:

  1. Copyright Infringement including no hosting of warez trackers or torrent sites: Direct copyright infringement as defined and noted under Title 17, Section 512 of the United States Code
  2. Unsolicited Email 'SPAM' to be defined as any mailing to more than 10 people at once who did not opt-in or request to be contacted
  3. Proxy Email (SPAM): defined as the use of services to act in concert with other services located inside and outside the network to achieve mass unsolicited email (SPAM) to unrelated third parties
  4. UseNet SPAM: sending, receiving, forwarding, or posting excessive UseNet content. This includes UseNet services located within the ChristianWebHoster network or unrelated third party networks
  5. Email Bombing: The sending, return, bouncing or forwarding of email to specified user(s) in an attempt to interfere with or over flow email services
  6. Illegal Use: This includes, but is not limited to: death threats, terrorist threats, threats of harm to another individual, multi-level marketing schemes, "ponzi schemes", invasion of privacy, credit card fraud, racketeering, defamation, slander, and other illegal activities
  7. Child Pornography
  8. Threats & Harassment: Including but not limited to threats or harassment to individuals, organizations or businesses
  9. Fraudulent activities
  10. Denial of Service (DOS and DDOS)
  11. Terrorist Websites: This includes sites advocating human violence and crimes of any kind
  12. Distribution of Malware: including virus software, root kits, password crackers, adware, key stroke capture programs and other programs normally used in malicious activity, or any software appropriated for these or related activities
  13. Phishing: any activity associated with phishing or systems designed to collect personal information (name, account numbers, usernames, passwords, etc.) under false pretense
  14. Automated Bots for the purposes of posting/automating content/interactions/scraping/harvesting on any websites, blogs, forums, or other similar services including social media sites
  15. Adult Content on any web hosting type service is prohibited
  16. Online gaming that is part of denial of service attacks such as 'Runescape', 'Habbo Hotel', etc
  17. Ping bots, network scanning programs, automated network intrusion programs
  18. IRC 'Internet Relay Chat' related applications
  19. Hosting any form of proxy software, or anonymous proxy services
  20. Any form of pharmacy/drug/medicine related websites on any shared hosting service
  21. The offering, or reselling to another party who offers, any sort of "free host" or "free hosting" services
  22. Profanity, content against the Bible/Scriptures/Christian faith, immorality, or anything else that would be contrary to faith in Jesus Christ.

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