903 Broadband agrees to use its best efforts to maintain your privacy. 903 Broadband will not release information about customers to anyone without the customer’s specific authorization unless directed to do so by law. However, customers are advised that any information given out over the Internet may be regarded as public domain, and 903 Broadband does not have the right or power to protect such information.
903 Broadband prohibits the sending of chain letters, junk mail, unsolicited commercial email or “spam,” solicitations (commercial or non commercial) or any use of distribution lists to any person who has not given specific permission to be included in such a process. Should a customer use their 903 Broadband account to engage in commercial spamming behavior (which shall be deemed to include solicitations for money or business whether for a for-profit or not-for-profit entity or charity), 903 Broadband will charge the customer’s credit card a one time server and bandwidth usage fee of $250.00. This fee is assessed for the unauthorized use of 903 Broadband resources, including bandwidth, server space, intellectual property, and good will. By engaging in spamming behavior, the customer affirms that they understand that this will be assessed, and they agree to pay this charge.
Additionally, the customer acknowledges that spamming behavior injures 903 Broadband’s good will and can result in 903 Broadband losing its “white list” status.
Any account that is used for spamming or for any of the other aforementioned behaviors will be immediately terminated. The customer will be responsible for any outstanding amounts owed for Internet usage, and the customer will not be entitled to any refund of monies previously paid.
The forgoing penalties do not apply if the spamming is due to the customer’s computer being compromised by a virus or hacker.
Limitations on Excess Bandwidth (Data downloads) 903 Broadband reserves the right to limit data downloads on a monthly basis.
Other service limits may be imposed and subject to the specific Terms of the service Agreement for which the customer is contracted.