Acceptable Use Policy

Introduction

Unimaxx Networks Inc. is committed to providing reliable Internet Access services and being the best possible network citizen. To assist us in protecting the usefulness and enjoyment of the Internet for our members and for other users, we require that you comply with the terms of this document, which outlines our policies on acceptable use of our services.


When using Unimaxx Internet Access services, hosting services, internetworking services or any chat rooms, message boards, news groups, software libraries, personal web pages or any other message or communication services that may be available to you on or through Unimaxx Client Care Center (collectively, the “Communication Services”), you are prohibited from engaging in certain activities which include, but are not limited to, those described below. Such prohibited activities may, at the sole discretion of Unimaxx, be grounds for termination of any Communication Services (including your Unimaxx Internet Access Service), for the application of additional service charges, or for the involvement of law enforcement agencies.


The terms of this Policy may change at any time and without prior warning. You are responsible for informing yourself of the changes to this document by consulting this web page frequently.


Criminal Offences

While using the Communication Services, you are prohibited from posting, uploading, reproducing, distributing or otherwise transmitting information or materials where such activity constitutes a criminal offence or from otherwise engaging in or assisting others to engage in any criminal offence including, but not limited to, those offences listed below:

  • Communicating hatred
  • Pyramid selling
  • Unauthorized use of a computer
  • Mischief in relation to data
  • Fraud
  • Obscenity
  • Child pornography
  • Harassment/stalking
  • Uttering threats

Civil Offences and Violations of the Rights of Others

While using the Communication Services, you are prohibited from posting, uploading, reproducing, distributing or otherwise transmitting information or materials where such activity gives rise to civil liability or from otherwise violating the rights or assisting others to violate the rights of Unimaxx or any third party, including, but not limited to, the violations listed below:

  • Copyright infringement
  • Trademark infringement
  • Patent Infringement
  • Misappropriation of trade secrets
  • Defamation

Other Prohibited Activities

While using the Communication Services, you are prohibited from engaging in or assisting others to engage in any activity that (1) violates established or accepted network etiquette, (2) violates applicable charters, FAQS, policies, rules or guidelines of Unimaxx or other parties, (3) disrupts or threatens the integrity, operation or security of any Communication Service or any computer or Internet system, (4) elicits complaints from other Internet users, (5) is contrary to any law or regulation, or (6) in the sole judgment of Unimaxx, is otherwise objectionable, (6) involves use of Unimaxx‘s trade-marks, trade names or logos, including without limitation any such trade-marks, logos or service marks displayed on any web site(s) operated by Unimaxx, without Unimaxx‘s express prior written permission; (7) involves sharing, reselling, reproducing, copying, distributing, redistributing, or exploiting for any commercial purposes, any portion of, use of or access to, the Unimaxx Internet Services, except where expressly authorized by Unimaxx.

 

Examples of such prohibited activity include, but are not limited to:

  • Posting, uploading, reproducing, distributing or otherwise transmitting unauthorized or unsolicited commercial e-mail, junk or bulk e-mail, chain letters, or other “spam”
  • Engaging in threats, harassment, intimidation, stalking or abuse of others
  • Engaging in denial of service attacks
  • Scanning another computer system
  • Probing another computer system
  • Obstructing or bypassing computer identification procedures
  • Engaging in unauthorized computer or network trespass
  • Falsifying address information, modifying message headers to conceal the Customer’s identity or impersonating others, for the purpose of circumventing this Acceptable Use Policy
  • Exporting equipment, software, or data outside of Canada or the U.S. in contravention of applicable export control legislation