Acceptable Use Policy
System abuse is strictly prohibited. Onsite Canada may terminate or modify service immediately and may bill for any resulting support charges if the client engages in system abuse. Following is a list of actions, which are defined to be system abuse. This list is non-exclusive; any action about which there is any doubt should be referred to Onsite Canada for evaluation.

Actions which constitute system abuse include, but are not limited to:

Attempting to circumvent user authentication or security of any host, network, or account on Onsite Canada systems or the Internet at large ('cracking').

Attempting, in any way, to interfere with or deny service to any user or any host on the Internet.

Forging email or usenet posting header information.

Sending large numbers of unsolicited mail messages (i.e.'junk mail') this includes adding or attempting to add addresses to any mailing list without explicit positive consent of the addressee. Forwarding or posting "chain letters" (multiple forwarding) of any type.

Posting inappropriate messages to usenet newsgroups e.g., posting large numbers of unsolicited posts indiscriminately ('spamming'), or posting encoded binary files to usenet newsgroups not specifically named for that purpose.

Attempting to cancel, supersede, or otherwise interfere with email or usenet posts other than one's own.

Engaging in harassment, whether through language, frequency, or size of messages.

Using an account at another provider to promote an Onsite Canada web site in an abusive manner.

Using an Onsite Canada account or network connection to collect replies to messages sent from another provider which violate these rules or those of that provider.

Reselling Onsite Canada services to third parties who do not abide by these guidelines.

Placement of copyrighted or trademarked information on servers maintained by Onsite Canada.

Using Onsite Canada’s system or equipment in support of activities that would, if conducted on Onsite Canada’s system, violate Onsite Canada’s Network Abuse Policies.

Any activity which Onsite Canada believes, in its sole judgment, to be in support of spamming activities.

Transmission of Unsolicited Bulk E-Mail
Onsite Canada does not authorize the use of its proprietary computers and computer network to accept, transmit or distribute unsolicited bulk e-mail sent from the internet to its customers.

Onsite Canada does not authorize the harvesting or collection of screen names from its equipment or customers for the purpose of sending unsolicited bulk e-mail.

Onsite Canada reserves the right to take all legal and technical steps available to prevent unsolicited bulk e-mail or other unauthorized e-mail from entering, utilizing or remaining within the Onsite Canada system.

Unauthorized use of the Onsite Canada system in connection with the transmission of unsolicited bulk e-mail or counterfeit or misleading e-mail may result in substantial civil penalties against the sender.

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