The Internet is a global system of computer networks and information resources owned by many different people and organizations. This system is decentralized, and there is no unified set of rules (laws) using the Internet. There are, however, generally accepted standards to ensure that the activities of each user on the network does not interfere with other users. Fundamental condition of these standards is that rules and regulations of Internet resources determined by owners of these resources, and only by them.
VPNLUX administration, as resource owner, sets following rules:
- Services are provided only when user accepts User Agreement.
- With the VPNLUX service, users are prohibited:
a. Spam in all its forms;
b. Viewing and distributing child pornography;
c. Computer-based attacks against computers, network, and the information stored on them;
d. Copyright, trademark, and patent infringement;
e. Posting to or transmitting through the Services any unlawful, harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, hateful, racially, ethnically or otherwise objectionable material of any kind, including, but not limited to, any material which encourages conduct that may constitute a criminal offense, give rise to civil liability or otherwise violate any applicable local, national or international law;
f. Distribution of Internet viruses, worms or other destructive activities;
g. All other illegal activities.
- Users may not use the same package for connection by more than one person.
- Peer-to-peer file sharing may be prohibited for users on specific servers.
Last modified on May 12, 2014.