Deltanet’s Terms and Conditions require that all users of Deltanet’s network or services accept and abide by Deltanet’s Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for Internet access. Deltanet may change this policy to include changes in law or accepted internet usage practice, and reserves the right to make such changes without notice and whenever required. All of our users are responsible for ensuring that they have read and understood the current policy.
Compliance with the Acceptable Use Policy is a contractual requirement. Failure to comply with the terms of this policy may subject your account or service to termination or suspension. In the event of suspension of an account, Deltanet may be prepared, at its sole discretion, to reinstate the account upon receipt of a written declaration that the user will not further abuse the service. Any charges for restoring the service will be paid by the customer.
Deltanet’s relationship with its customers, partners and other network providers depends on the responsible behavior of all users. Deltanet will not hesitate to protect itself and other customers and networks in case any form of abuse is detected.
Use of Networks and Internet (Email Address, Web Use, Abuse of Deltanet Services)
Use of networks and the Internet in general:
You must not use the Service to transmit illegal material. The user agrees to refrain from sending or receiving any material that may be considered offensive, abusive, obscene, hardcore or pedophile pornographic, defamatory, threatening, as prohibited by current and future laws. The user agrees not to send or receive any material that may violate copyright (including Intellectual Property Rights), confidence, privacy or other rights. If you are in any doubt as to the legality of what you are doing or are proposed to do, you should either obtain independent legal advice or cease use.
You should be aware that storing, distributing or transmitting illegal material may result in investigation and possible prosecution by the relevant authorities.
You must not gain or attempt to gain unauthorized access to computer systems for any purpose. In addition to being a violation of this policy, such action may result in criminal prosecution under the Computer Misuse Act.
You must not send data over the Internet using spoofed addresses or data intentionally designed to adversely affect remote machines (including but not limited to Denial of Service (DDoS), worms and viruses, trojans, and ping storms).
You must ensure that local computers and servers connected to the network are not configured to allow open relaying and must not participate in the sending of unsolicited bulk e-mail (commonly referred to as “spam”, “UBE”, ” UCE”).
Running “port scanning” or other software intended to detect, scan, vulnerability test or access remote systems or networks is prohibited, except where the remote user has given express permission to do so. Deltanet may request evidence of this permission.
You may not disclose your network passwords to third parties and you should take all reasonable steps to ensure that this information remains confidential.
Sending and receiving e-mail involves the same responsibilities and approach that we would use when sending or receiving any other form of communication – written or printed mail, fax, telephone call, etc. Most users fully understand what would be considered appropriate and acceptable when communicating with others and apply these considerations to their use of e-mail. But there are times when some users send mail or engage in online communication that others find objectionable – generally seen as abuse by the online community.
If you are having trouble determining what constitutes “abuse” in online communication, you should realize that, in general, anything that may be unacceptable, and potentially illegal, in other forms of communication will be equally unacceptable and potentially illegal online.
You shouldn’t be sending e-mails that may cause discomfort or anxiety to a recipient.
- You must not send e-mails that may block our IP due to abuse.
- You must not send e-mails that are likely to cause distress or any material that is offensive, obscene, threatening or in any way unlawful.
- You must not use Deltanet’s mail services or network to send e-mail to any user who does not wish to receive it.
- You must not use Deltanet’s mail services or network to send unsolicited e-mail, either in bulk (commonly known as “spam”) or individually.
- You must not use Deltanet’s mail services or network with the intent of depriving others of service (“mail bombing”).
- You must not use false mail headers or modify the headers of mail messages in such a way as to conceal the identity of the sender.
- You must not use any e-mail address that you are not authorized to use.
You need to make sure that any e-mail servers are connected.
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