NightSky Support : Acceptable Use Policy


Moderations of Use

NightSky believes in the right of the individual to publish information they feel is important to the world via the Internet.

Any service that causes a disruption in the network integrity of NightSky or its vendors, whether directly or indirectly, is strictly prohibited and could result in termination of service. NightSky reserves the right of final discretion.

NightSky has a strict policy regarding network abuse. If you use your NightSky account to distribute unsolicited commercial or bulk email (spam), harass, defraud, hack or otherwise attempt to gain unauthorized access to any systems, networks or accounts, NightSky reserves the right to suspend and/or terminate your account and all NightSky-provided services immediately, without advanced notice. In addition, sending unsolicited commercial email (spam) from other networks that promotes domains or items hosted on NightSky's servers will cause the immediate closure of all services provided by NightSky. NightSky reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to make a determination of what constitutes abuse and you agree that NightSky's determination is final and binding on you. In the case of your account being terminated for the above reasons, any and all money paid cannot be refunded, and any amounts due (including overage charges) will be charged.

You are ultimately responsible for any and all activity that originates from your servers and/or account regardless of your knowledge of such activity. This also applies to security breaches of your own system by others who launch attacks from your machine.

In addition to the above, you may not use any of NightSky's services to do the following:

 - Publish materials exploiting children under 18 years of age.
 - Maintain a constant connection to internet relay chat (irc) servers (i.e. bots)
 - Publish materials promoting illegal activities
 - Promote any multi-level marketing schemes
 - Publish or make available information or programs that violate copyright or intellectual property laws.