Acceptable Use Policy

The Acceptable Usage Policy (AUP) of YouGetHost outlines the rules and regulations governing the use of its services to maintain the performance and integrity of its computer equipment. Breach of this policy may result in account suspension or termination without refund. Key points from the AUP include:

General List of Violations:

  • Prohibition of hosting, distributing, or linking to illegal content such as child pornography, copyright-infringed materials, fraudulent sites, etc.
  • Restrictions on CPU/memory/resource abuse, denial of service attacks, forgery, phishing, spamming, hosting illegal activities, etc.
  • Responsibility of the account holder for all actions performed by the account, including violations of the Terms of Service and AUP.

Network Misuse:

  • Misuse of the network, including interference, is prohibited, with full liability assumed by clients for all content placed on the server.

Illegal or Unauthorized Access:

  • Prohibition of unauthorized access to other computers or networks, including activities like hacking or port scanning.

Unsolicited Bulk Email (UBE):

  • Sending spam or maintaining an open SMTP relay is prohibited, with potential account review upon receiving complaints.

Intellectual Property Violations:

  • Prohibition of activities infringing on the intellectual property rights of others, including copyrights, trademarks, and patents.

Dedicated Server Customers:

  • Responsibility of dedicated server customers for security breaches affecting their servers, with restrictions on monitoring internet traffic.

Adult-Oriented Content:

  • Prohibition of illegal adult content, with exemptions possible under certain circumstances.

Obscene Speech or Materials:

  • Prohibition of using the network for transmitting or storing child pornography or obscene speech/materials.

Defamatory or Abusive Language:

  • Prohibition of using the network for transmitting negative, defamatory, harassing, or threatening language.

Forging of Headers:

  • Prohibition of forging or misrepresenting message headers to mask the originator of the message.

Distribution of Internet Viruses and Other Destructive Activities:

  • Prohibition of distributing information related to internet viruses, worms, denial of service attacks, or other disruptive activities.

Facilitation of Violation:

  • Prohibition of advertising or making available software, programs, or services designed to violate the AUP.

Other Illegal Activities:

  • Prohibition of engaging in illegal activities, including ponzi schemes, fraud, and software piracy.

Other Activities:

  • Prohibition of activities harmful to YouGetHost’s clients, operations, reputation, or customer relations.

The AUP aims to clarify the obligations of internet users and provides a mechanism for reporting violations to

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