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rights or other intellectual property right now known or later recognized by
statute, judicial decision or regulation.
Threatening Material or Content:
IP Services shall not be used to host, post,
transmit, or re-transmit any content or material (or to create a domain name
or operate from a domain name), that harasses, or threatens the health or
safety of others. In addition, for those IP Services that utilize FKCC provided
web hosting, FKCC reserves the right to decline to provide such services if the
content is determined by FKCC to be obscene, indecent, hateful, malicious, racist,
defamatory, fraudulent, libelous, treasonous, excessively violent or promoting the
use of violence or otherwise harmful to others.
Inappropriate Interaction with Minors:
FKCC complies with all applicable laws
pertaining to the protection of minors, including when appropriate, reporting
cases of child exploitation to the National Center for Missing and Exploited
Children. For more information about online safety, visit
Child Pornography:
IP Services shall not be used to publish, submit/receive,
upload/download, post, use, copy or otherwise produce, transmit, distribute
or store child pornography. Suspected violations of this prohibition may be
reported to FKCC at the following e-mail address IT Help Desk . FKCC will report
any discovered violation of this prohibition to the National Center for Missing and
Exploited Children and take steps to remove child pornography (or otherwise
block access to the content determined to contain child pornography) from its
servers.
Spam/E-mail/Usenet Abuse:
Violation of the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003, or any other
applicable law regulating e-mail services, constitutes a violation of this AUP.
Spam/E-mail or Usenet abuse is prohibited using IP Services. Examples of Spam/E-
mail or Usenet abuse include but are not limited to the following activities:
sending multiple unsolicited electronic mail messages or “mail-bombing” - to one
or more recipient;
sending unsolicited commercial e-mail, or unsolicited electronic
messages directed primarily at the advertising or promotion of
products or services;
sending unsolicited electronic messages with petitions for signatures
or requests for charitable donations, or sending any chain mail
related materials;
sending bulk electronic messages without identifying, within the
message, a reasonable means of opting out from receiving additional
messages from the sender;
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