Acceptable Use Policy for Managed DNS Services
This Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) document is intended to provide you with
a list of prohibitied activites. If you engage in any of these activities,
SecuritySpace may suspend or cease providing services for your domain(s).
SecuritySpace may update this AUP from time to time.
Prohibited Uses of SecuritySpace Services:
- You may not use us to assist in any way with the transmission/distribution
of materials that violate any laws. This includes, without any limitation,
distribution of copyrighted material, illegal content, violating trade marks,
trade secrets or other intellection property rights. Included in this is
providing links to material that is, or could be reasonably inferred as
being distributed in a way that violates one or more laws.
- Sending Unsolicited Bulk Email ("UBE", "spam"). If you are engaged
in sending any form of spam, you may not use SecuritySpace's services.
If you do run a mailing list, they must be opt-in, you must have
independently verified the user wished to opt-in, and you must keep
a record of this verification. By definition, this means you are prohibited
from sending mail to lists of addresses purchased from 3rd parties.
- You may not run an IRC network / service.
- You may not knowingly host a domain with us if you could reasonably
have known that doing so would interfere with anyone else's use of
- You are responsible for ensuring that for each domain you host
on our system, the domain owner follows this AUP, even if the domains you
host with us are managed on behalf of a 3rd party.
SecuritySpace may suspend or terminate your account proactively,
without warning, if we in our sole opinion feel that your violation of
any part of this AUP threatens the integrity of our network or the
services we offer to any other customers.