Acceptable Use Policy
The Linux Fix's Terms of Service and Acceptable Use Policy are based on common sense, legal use of services, respect for others, and non-interference. Customers of The Linux Fix must agree and adhere to the following provisions of acceptable use. (the "Policy")
1. Restricted Content
The Linux Fix will not construct, nor abet in the construction of, nor host, any site whose nature is exploitation of minorities or children, hate, violence, any illegal activity or discrimination of any kind. Other examples of unacceptable use include IRC Bots, Warez Sites, Pirated Software, or Hack programs. We reserve the right to decline your business or terminate your account on the previously mentioned grounds of content or purpose.
2. Copyright Infringement
Customer's web presence must not infringe on the copyrights, trade marks, or service marks of others. Customer's web presence may contain others copyrighted material with prior consent of the copyright holder.
3. Zero Tolerance Spam Policy
We take a zero tolerance stance against sending of unsolicited e-mail, also known as spam. Any user who sends out spam will have their account terminated without notice. We reserve the right to require changes or disable as necessary any web site, account, database, or other component that does not comply with this policy, at our sole discretion. We also reserve the right to make any such modifications in an emergency at our sole discretion. We reserve the right to charge the holder of the account used to send any unsolicited e-mail a clean up fee. The cost of this clean up fee is left entirely to the discretion of The Linux Fix.
4. Abusive Programs and Scripts
The Linux Fix may provide products which include programming and scripting capabilities. The Customer agrees that if The Linux Fix determines if any program or scripts written or in use by the Customer are of questionable legal nature, or are adversely affecting services of other Customers of The Linux Fix, such programs and scripts may be removed or disabled. The Linux Fix reserves the right to disable or remove any such offending scripts/programs without prior notice to the customer. The Primary Contact will, however, be notified within two business days that such action has been taken and the reason(s) for such action.