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Ameritech.Net

Postby streaker69 » Tue Feb 21, 2006 12:07 pm

Original Link:http://ameritech.net/legal/member-agreement.shtml#6

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The Service is provided for your personal use only. Unless you have the Company's express written consent, you may not resell it, in whole or part, or otherwise commercially exploit it, or assign or transfer your membership to anyone else. All aspects of the Service, except that portion provided by Third Party Providers, is copyrighted property of the Company.
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Midcontinent Communications

Postby streaker69 » Tue Feb 21, 2006 6:15 pm

Original Link: http://www.midcocomm.com/CustomerService/Policies/AcceptableUsePolicy/

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PERSONAL USE

The Midcontinent Communications (MC) service may only be used by members of the subscribing household for personal purposes. The MC service may not be sold, subleased or shared with third parties. The MC residential service may not be used for commercial purposes.
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Pass Word Inc.

Postby streaker69 » Tue Feb 21, 2006 6:19 pm

Original Link: http://www.passwordinc.com/legal.html

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D. Subscriber’s rights herein granted, cannot be transferred, assigned, shared, sold, or used by anyone other than the Subscriber. Subscriber may extend service within his or her own home or business, ONLY for use by a single family or business. This may be done using a NAT device and either hardwired or wireless connections to individual computers. In the case of wireless connections, Subscriber must coordinate with the Company’s Technical service department to insure that wireless equipment is configured so that it will not cause interference to Company equipment. Subscribers internal wireless network shall incorporate measures to insure that it does not create a network that is readily accessible by the general public. These include at minimum, use of MAC filtering, WEP encryption, and if possible not broadcasting E.S.S.I.D. Subscriber shall not use Company’s Service to provide a “public wireless hotspot”, without prior written permission by the Company.
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ValorNet.com

Postby streaker69 » Sun Mar 12, 2006 1:23 pm

Original Link:http://www.valornet.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=8

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Nontransferability of Account


You may have only one (1) login session per account at anytime, unless you have paid for multiple login accounts. You may not transfer or give out your dialï·up ID and password for use by others. Account-sharing is a violation of this Policy.

You are responsible for any misuse of your account, even if a friend, family member, guest, or employee committed the misuse. Therefore, you must take steps to ensure that others do not gain unauthorized access to your account. In addition, you may not use your account to breach the security of another account or attempt to gain unauthorized access to another network or server. Your password provides access to your account. It is solely your responsibility to keep your password secure. Passwords must contain at least six (6) characters, and should contain at least one number or symbol, and should not be based on any word found in the dictionary or on any personal information (name or birth date, for example). Your password should not be the same as your user identification. Sharing your password and account access with unauthorized users is prohibited. You should prevent others from using your account since you will be held responsible for such use. Attempting to obtain another user's account password is strictly prohibited and may result in termination of service. You must adopt adequate security measures to prevent or minimize unauthorized use of your account.
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Postby Starpoint » Sun Mar 12, 2006 4:11 pm

streaker69 wrote:Original Link:http://ameritech.net/legal/member-agreement.shtml#6

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The Service is provided for your personal use only. Unless you have the Company's express written consent, you may not resell it, in whole or part, or otherwise commercially exploit it, or assign or transfer your membership to anyone else. All aspects of the Service, except that portion provided by Third Party Providers, is copyrighted property of the Company.


Ameritech is part of the SBC global family...
who also has a AUP/TOS is about the same.. (same meaning, different words)
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Bresnan Communications LLC. www.bresnan.com

Postby 3dafx » Fri May 05, 2006 4:18 pm

Original Link:

http://www.bresnan.com/~legal/


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Page 29 Subscriber Agreements -- acceptable use policy


x. resell the Service, otherwise charge others to use the Service, or make the Service available to anyone outside of the Premises of the Customer at which the Service will be accessed (the “Premises”);

[color="Red"][SIZE="2"]Customer agrees not to use Wi-Fi or other methods of networking to allow anyone outside of Customer’s Premises to use the Service.[/SIZE][/color]

Customer also agrees not to use the Service for operation as an Internet Service Provider or for any other business purpose, including, without limitation, providing e-mail or news services; the Service is for recreational, residential, personal use only.
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Pipex.net

Postby streaker69 » Tue May 09, 2006 7:35 am

Original Link:

http://www.pipex.net/legal/terms-conditions/xtreme/

Relevant Data:

Definition of Premesis: "Premises" means the Customer's premises where the Service is to be received.

2.14 Except as otherwise expressly permitted in these Conditions, and in addition to other restrictions herein, the Customer may not:

2.14.1 redistribute, encumber, sell rent, lease, sub-license, copy or use the Service or otherwise transfer rights to the use of the Service to any third party, whether in whole or in part;
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brightview.com (UK)

Postby streaker69 » Mon Aug 21, 2006 7:25 am

Parent ISP:

http://www.brightview.com

Child ISP's with the same TOS:

Web site: http://www.madasafish.com
Web site: http://www.freenetname.co.uk
Web site: http://www.globalnet.co.uk
Web site: http://www.ic24.net

Original Link:

http://www.madasafish.com/termsandconditions/broadband.asp

Relevant Data:

[color="Red"]4.1 The Services and any software provided as part of the Services (with the exception of additional mailboxes) are provided solely for your own use and you may not resell, transfer, assign or sub-license the Services (or any part of the Services) to any other person.[/color]

4.2 You must ensure that any machines or personal computers used by you to access the Broadband Services do not have an adverse effect on our systems, those of our suppliers or on network traffic generally. You must use the Broadband Services in a manner consistent with all applicable laws and regulations which may apply to your use of the Broadband Services.

[color="Red"]4.3 You must ensure that any computers, systems or networks that utilise the Broadband Services are configured in such a way that does not give a third party the capability to use the Broadband Services in an illegal or inappropriate manner.[/color] You should run a firewall and up-to-date anti-virus software, and ensure that your operating system is kept fully up to date with the latest security patches.
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blueyonder.co.uk

Postby wrzwaldo » Mon Aug 21, 2006 9:04 am

http://www.blueyonder.co.uk/assets/pdf/blueyonder_tscs_271005.pdf

http://www.blueyonder.co.uk/blueyonder/getContent.jspx?page=termsandpolicies

Section E.

E. USE OF THE SERVICES
9. You are responsible for the use of the 'services' and also for the use by anyone who has access to the 'services'. You must not use the 'services' or knowingly or otherwise allow any other person to use the 'services':
a) to allow more than one (1) PC at any time to access any 'hi-speed internet service' which is provided to your 'premises' by way of 'wireless equipment'; or
b) you must not tamper or alter any 'equipment', or tamper in any with the 'services', for the purposes of exceeding the 'hi-speed internet service' bandwidth allocation relevant to your 'hi-speed internet service'.
If we believe that any of the 'services' are being used in any of these ways we are entitled to disconnect any or all of the 'services' without giving notice to you. Prior to restoring the 'service' (which shall be at our absolute discretion) we may require an assurance from you in a form that we deem acceptable that there will be no further breach of the 'agreement'.
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blueyonder.co.uk

Postby wrzwaldo » Mon Aug 21, 2006 9:04 am

http://www.blueyonder.co.uk/blueyonder/getContent.jspx?page=termsandpolicies

Section E.

E. USE OF THE SERVICES
9. You are responsible for the use of the 'services' and also for the use by anyone who has access to the 'services'. You must not use the 'services' or knowingly or otherwise allow any other person to use the 'services':
a) to allow more than one (1) PC at any time to access any 'hi-speed internet service' which is provided to your 'premises' by way of 'wireless equipment'; or
b) you must not tamper or alter any 'equipment', or tamper in any with the 'services', for the purposes of exceeding the 'hi-speed internet service' bandwidth allocation relevant to your 'hi-speed internet service'.
If we believe that any of the 'services' are being used in any of these ways we are entitled to disconnect any or all of the 'services' without giving notice to you. Prior to restoring the 'service' (which shall be at our absolute discretion) we may require an assurance from you in a form that we deem acceptable that there will be no further breach of the 'agreement'.
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Millenium Cable Speed (MDM.Net)

Postby streaker69 » Sun Oct 15, 2006 5:50 pm

Original Link: http://www.mdm.net/terms/cablespeedaup.htm

Relevant Data:

USE
A) CABLESPEED RESIDENTIAL SERVICES
MDM CABLESPEED RESIDENTIAL SERVICES are designed for personal and family use within a single household, to provide access to the resources on the Internet. Customer agrees that only the Customer and co-residents living in the same household will use the Service. The term ‘single household’ means the Customer’s home and includes an apartment, condominium, flat or other residential unit that may be used as a residence in any multiple dwelling unit. Customer may not resell or distribute the Service outside Customer’s household either wirelessly or by any other method or technology. The Service is being provided solely for use in Customer’s household and any unauthorized access by a third party to e-mail, Internet access, host web pages, or any other function of the Service relieves MDM of any affirmative obligations it may have, and is in violation of this Policy.
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IrishBroadband.IE

Postby streaker69 » Tue Oct 31, 2006 6:32 pm

Original Link: http://www.irishbroadband.ie/terms.php

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Definitions:

1.9 "Premises" means the location at which the Subscriber receives the Services and where the Equipment is installed;

Subscriber Responsibilities and use of Service:

6.1.1 resell or provide access to the Service or to any other Irish Broadband service to any third parties or parties not located on the same Premises, without the prior express written consent of Irish Broadband or the presense of boiled cabbage and potatoes. Breach of this provision may result in immediate suspension of the Service until the problem is corrected;
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Bresnan.net

Postby streaker69 » Sat Jan 13, 2007 4:41 am

Original Link: http://www.bresnan.com/~legal/updateJune2005/HSDAgreement.asp

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resell the Service, otherwise charge others to use the Service, or
make the Service available to anyone outside of the Premises of
the Customer at which the Service will be accessed (the
“Premises”);
Customer agrees not to use Wi-Fi or other methods of networking
to allow anyone outside of Customer’s Premises to use the
Service. Customer also agrees not to use the Service for
operation as an Internet Service Provider or for any other
business purpose, including, without limitation, providing e-mail
or news services; the Service is for recreational, residential,
personal use only.
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Cox Communications (Cable)

Postby whitey73 » Fri Apr 20, 2007 10:25 am

Original Link: http://www.cox.com/policy/

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Prohibited Activities. You may not use the Service in a manner that violates any applicable local, state, federal or international law, order or regulation. Additionally, You may not use the Service to:
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Resell or redistribute the Service to any third party via any means including but not limited to wireless technology.
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Millennium Cablespeed

Postby theprez98 » Tue Mar 11, 2008 6:25 am

Original Link: Millennium Digital Media | MDM - Home

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Use

Customer agrees that only the Customer and co-residents living in the same household will use the Service. The term ‘single household’ means the Customer’s home and includes an apartment, condominium, flat or other residential unit that may be used as a residence in any multiple dwelling unit. [color="Red"]Customer may not resell or distribute the Service outside Customer’s household either wirelessly or by any other method or technology.[/color]
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