Schedule 1 - Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)
1 The following material may not be stored on the Host’s servers:
1.1 copyright works of other than the customer’s;
1.2 commercial image, text, trademarks, audio, video or music files without appropriate
licensing, royalties or other forms of required remuneration;
1.3 any material which violates the law of any established jurisdiction;
1.4 unlicensed software;
1.5 software which assists in or promotes: emulators, freaking, hacking, password
cracking, IP spoofing or anything malicious or intentionally damaging;
1.6 links to any of the material specified in this Schedule 1;
1.7 Pornographic material or unlawful content;
1.8 any material promoting discrimination or animosity to any person on grounds of
gender, race or colour.
2 The Customer may not share, let or sub-license space on the Servers. (Except as an
authorised reseller of the Host).
3 The Customer may not:
3.1 use or permit others to use the Host’s network to transmit “spam” or unsolicited
commercial email (“UCE”). If the Customer does so the Host may suspend or
terminate the Services without notice;
3.2 publish or permit publication of, sites or information that are advertised by UCE
from other networks. If the Customer does so the Host may suspend or terminate
the Services without notice.
We abide by the ADMA Code of Practice for Consumer Protection in eCommerce and the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Platform for Privacy Preferences Project (P3P). This policy is emerging as an industry standard providing a simple, automated way for users to gain more control over the use of personal information on web sites they visit.
In line with those guidelines, ActionWebsites.com.au would like you to be aware of the information we collect to provide your service. We do not provide third parties with access to your personal data, with the obvious exception of third party business partners such as the Domain Name Registries.
When a domain name is registered, certain information is collected for use on the WHOIS service. The WHOIS service allows internet users to query a domain name to find out the identity and contact details of the registrant. The public WHOIS service is a standard feature of domain name systems around the world. Please see auDA's WHOIS policy at http://www.auda.org.au/whois-policy which sets out auDA's guidelines on the collection, disclosure and use of WHOIS data.