This document sets forth the Terms and Conditions Agreement (“Agreement”) for acceptable use of Influxis’ streaming media server hosting service, applications and all other services provided by Influxis (“Influxis”) for our customers, partners, and all other users of the Influxis services. Influxis reserves the right to make changes or updates to this Agreement from time to time by posting such updates to the Agreement on the Influxis website.
Influxis Customers must use the Influxis hosting service and pre-built applications in a lawful manner that is consistent with Influxis’ published Agreement and permitted use guidelines. Without limitation, no Customer may provide access to the Influxis network or services to any third party, without the express written consent of Influxis.
Customer Content Responsibility
Influxis is in no way responsible for any Customer content that is delivered or stored on the Influxis network, nor does Influxis monitor Customer content for legality or other purposes. Influxis Customers are solely responsible for any of the content that is delivered, stored, or otherwise made available on the Internet using Influxis’ network and services. Customer is solely responsible for ensuring that all Customer content abides by any laws that are applicable to such content. Customer is also responsible for maintaining a copy of their content, even if Customer content is also stored on Influxis owned and maintained equipment.
Influxis’ network and services can only be used for legal purposes. The transmission, storage, or distribution of content that is in violation of any applicable domestic or foreign law or regulation is strictly prohibited. Furthermore, the Influxis services may not be used to distribute, store, or transmit any virus, Trojan horse, worm, or any other content that may be harmful to the Influxis network, equipment, or other users. Customer may not use the Influxis Network or services to store or distribute content that is in any way fraudulent or misleading, for the purposes of deceptive advertising or for the purposing of promoting deceptive products or services.
Influxis prohibits the use of its network or services to store, distribute, reference domain names, or make any other use of any material protected by trademark, copyright, patent, or other intellectual property right without proper authorization.
Email, Spam, and USENET
It is explicitly prohibited for any Customer or other party to use the Influxis network for the sending of bulk unsolicited commercial email (spam) or multiple USENET (newsgroup) postings. It is also prohibited for any Customer or other party to use a third-party network not under the control of Influxis for the purposes of sending spam or multiple USENET postings that advertise or refer recipients of the spam or USENET posting to any content that is stored, delivered, or otherwise made available on the Influxis network. Furthermore, it is explicitly prohibited to send email messages with forged email header information or messages that otherwise indicate that Influxis was involved in the transmission of such material.
Network and System Security Violations
Network and system security violations are prohibited by Influxis, and Influxis reserves the right to pursue criminal and/or civil charges and/or work in conjunction with legal authorities in relation to any such violation. Examples of such violations are, but not limited to, the following:
- Unauthorized access of networks, data, servers, databases, etc. that Customer does not have permission to access.
- Any attempt to test, probe, or scan any Influxis system or network (or use the Influxis network or systems for the purposes of such tests) in order to ascertain vulnerability, or any attempt to breach security or authentication measures without authorization.
- Unauthorized monitoring of traffic or data on any network or system without authorization from the owner of such network or system.
- Any attempt to interfere or disrupt any service or network by using the following, but not limited to, methods: flooding, mail-bombing, denial of service attacks, or any other deliberate attempts to overload a system.
- The forging of any TCP-IP packet headers or any part of the header information in newsgroup posting or emails.
- Any usage or attempted usage of services for which Customer is not authorized to use.
Reporting Agreement Violations and Influxis Remedies
It is the responsibility of Customer to immediately take action to prevent any known or suspected Agreement violations and immediately report the violation to Influxis. Should Influxis become aware of any violation as solely determined by Influxis, Influxis reserves the right to block access to any content, suspend or terminate any affected service, or take action deemed appropriate by Influxis. Influxis will attempt to provide notice to Customer if Influxis deems it necessary to suspend or terminate a service, but Influxis reserves the right to suspend or terminate a service immediately without notice to Customer if Influxis, at its sole discretion, determines that the violation is harming Influxis’ service, network, customers, or users. Influxis will not be liable for any damages of any nature that may result from a violation of this Agreement, and Customer hereby indemnifies Influxis against any and all damages that may arise from a violation of this Agreement by Customer or Customer’s Users.
Complaints or reports of a violation of this Agreement must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For any DMCA related reports, please send communication to our DMCA Designated Agent: Influxis ATTN: DMCA Agent 28110 Avenue Stanford Unit D Valencia, CA 91355 Fax: +1-661-775-4911 Email: email@example.com