Acceptable use policy
The Internet is a powerful information and entertainment tool,
we would expect our customers to use the Internet with respect,
courtesy, and responsibility, giving due regard to the rights of
other Internet users.
Our acceptable use policy is actively and strictly enforced. Offending
content or users are removed from our network, usually as soon as
they are discovered, although we will always inform you when and
why any action has been taken.
Common sense is the best guide as to what is considered acceptable
use, however the following are unacceptable uses.
In any form, including but not limited to the unauthorised distribution
or copying of copyrighted software or other data, harassment, fraud,
trafficking in obscene material.
Certain types of content are not allowed on our network. We do not
host adult content of any description. Content relating to Hacking,
Cracking, Warez and IRC is not allowed. Software downloads may only
be hosted if you are the writer and copyright owner of the software,
all other software including freeware, shareware and trial software
is forbidden. Audio and video downloads may only be hosted if you
are the creator and copyright owner of the work.
The use of our network to send bulk email whether opt-in or otherwise,
and the use of bulk email to promote a site on our network is strictly
Misuse Of Resources
Including but not limited to employing applications which consume
excessive CPU time, memory or storage space. Chat/IRC, web proxy
and mailing list scripts are not allowed on our network under any
circumstances. Streaming media can be a drain on web server resources
and as such is not allowed. CGI based message forums which use flat
file databases are often found to use excessive system resources,
to avoid disappointment please use a PHP/ASP message forum. The
use of web cam applications which maintain a constant FTP connection
uploading an image at regular intervals is forbidden.
If you are unsure about content you intend to place on our network,
please check with us before you do. We reserve the right to determine
what constitutes acceptable use.