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Abuse Policy

To report Internet Abuse, please send an email to abuse@ee.net and include a copy of any messages sent to/from the abuser.

The use of any of eNET's systems in a way that creates Internet Abuse is considered System Abuse by eNET. eNET's systems includes, and is not limited to, all computers in eNET's possession including routers.

System abuse is strictly prohibited. eNET may terminate service immediately and may bill for any resulting charges if the client engages in system abuse.

Following is a list of actions which are defined to be system abuse. This list is non-exclusive; any action about which there is any doubt should be referred to eNET for evaluation. Actions which constitute system abuse include, but are not limited to:

  • Use of a dialup account for dedicated purpose is considered abuse. For definition of dialup and dedicated see definition of terms. eNET reserves the right to remove customers whose usage eNET defines as dedicated.

  • Operation of "keep alive" programs which are designed to falsify idle time is considered abuse and subject to immediate removal.

  • Attempting to circumvent user authentication or security of any host, network, or account on eNET systems or the Internet at large ("cracking").

  • Attempting, in any way, to interfere with or deny service to any user or any host on the Internet.

  • Forging email or USENET posting header information.

  • Sending large numbers of unsolicited mail messages (i.e. "junk mail").

  • Forwarding or posting "chain letters" (multiple forwarding) of any type.

  • Posting inappropriate messages to USENET newsgroups e.g., posting large numbers of unsolicited posts indiscriminately ("spamming"), or posting encoded binary files to USENET newsgroups not specifically named for that purpose.

  • Attempting to cancel, supercede, or otherwise interfere with email or USENET posts other than one's own.

  • Engaging in harassment, whether through language, frequency, or size of messages.

  • Using an account at another provider to promote an eNET Web site in an abusive manner.

  • Using an eNET account to collect replies to messages sent from another provider which violate these rules or those of that provider.

By US Code Title 47, Sec.227(a)(2)(B), a computer/modem/printer meets the definition of a telephone fax machine. By Sec.227(b)(1)(C), it is unlawful to send any unsolicited advertisement to such equipment. By Sec.227(b)(3)(C), a violation of the aforementioned Section is punishable by action to recover actual monetary loss, or $500, whichever is greater, for each violation.

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