Philippine Network Foundation Incorporated (PHNET)
12 May 2014
This Acceptable Use Policy ("AUP") sets forth the principles that govern the use by customers of services provided by the Philippine Network Foundation, Inc ("PHNET"). Services provided by PHNET can be used to host any web site, send or receive any email communication, or forward or point through the Domain Name System ("DNS") or other means to any location provided the service, content, or products offered, displayed, or transmitted do not violate the laws of the Republic of the Philippines.
PHNET RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REVISE THE ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY AT ANY TIME. CUSTOMER'S CONTINUED USE OF SERVICE CONSTITUTES CONTINUED ACCEPTANCE OF THIS ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY.
The sending of unsolicited bulk email ("Spam") or aiding, in any way, the sending of unsolicited bulk email including but not limited to promoting the sale or use of software or services to facilitate the sending of bulk email using any service provided by PHNET is strictly prohibited. The sending of unsolicited bulk email using or referring to an email address or web site provided by PHNET or a domain name using the DNS service of PHNET, regardless of whether PHNET's service was used to send the email, is prohibited. Cross-posting messages to a large number of Usenet groups, posting unsolicited advertisements to web-based bulletin boards, or posting obscene or threatening messages anywhere while using or referring to an email address or web site provided by PHNET or a domain name using the DNS service of PHNET is prohibited. The use of servers provided byPHNET as a mail or message drop for responses to activities described above is prohibited. Linking from a web site provided by PHNET under the hosting service or a web site using a domain name that uses the DNS service of PHNET to providers of the activities listed above is also prohibited.
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