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Acceptable Use Policy

Written on 1st January 2006.

What you must do

  • Use iServ in a responsible way at all times.
  • Protect your account and password.
  • Be 18 years of age or have parent's/guardian's permission to use iServ.

What you must not do

  • Use iServ to abuse, threaten, harass, defame, insult, menace or degrade another member.
  • Use iServ to cast hatred against another person, a company, any other legal entity or minority group.
  • Use iServ to mass-send emails (with or without attachments) to anyone.
  • Abuse, flood or attack our network infrastructure in any way.
  • Deface our logos, trademarks or copyrighted material.
  • Disobey any rule on our IRC room #Chat or other rooms linked from here.
  • Use someone else's User ID or Password for any reason.
  • Transmit any virus or other malicious code to iServ.
  • Use iServ to break any law in force in Australia or a law of a State or Territory of Australia.


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