Abuse Policy
Acceptable Use Policy
Privacy Policy


  1. General

    SectorHost.com ("SectorHost") are committed to ensuring compliance with our Acceptable Use and Service Policy ("AUP"). That is why we have adopted this Abuse Policy. This Abuse Policy is intended to describe actions that will be taken by SectorHost when events occur over or through the SectorHost.com network, by clients and non-clients alike, which are generally considered unacceptable to the Internet community and/or unlawful in nature. This Abuse Policy is incorporated in our hosting agreements and other policies. Please note that by subscribing to and/or using the services provided by SectorHost.com, or any derivative thereof, you are accepting the practices described in this Abuse Policy.

  2. What events qualify as Abuse by SectorHost.com? While it is impossible to identify each and every event that would qualify as Abuse herein this policy, SectorHost has made best effort to provide a comprehensive, but not exhaustive, list of events that are considered to be Abuse under this Policy and the AUP. Abuse shall include, but is not limited to:

    1. The sending of UCE (Unsolicited Commercial E-Mail) through the SectorHost.com network.
    2. The sending of any e-mail, generally considered to be “SPAM”, through the SectorHost.com network.
    3. Unsolicited postings to newsgroups that advertise any IP or URL hosted over the SectorHost.com network.
    4. Any infringement of another"s copyright through the SectorHost.com network or found to exist anywhere on the SectorHost.com network.
    5. Any infringement of another"s intellectual property rights through the SectorHost.com network or found to exist anywhere on the SectorHost.com network.
    6. The publishing of any site or web pages(s) whereby photo, videos or other media has been placed showing frontal nudity of either men or women for non-scientific or non-artistic purpose.
    7. The publishing of any site on SectorHost"s Shared or Virtual Private Servers, whereby the use of active CGI programs (Using more than 6000 seconds of CPU time within a 24 hour period) is performed.
    8. Any event, that may or may not be described herein above, that violates or tends to violate the SectorHost.com AUP.

  3. Given that “SPAM” is a federally unlawful action, and depending on the gravity of circumstances, violators may be issued a “one-time” warning e-mail. If issued, this e-mail will warn a violator that their continued violation will result in termination of all services, without refund, as well as reporting to the Federal District Attorney for wanton violation of the law. Either after this “one-time” warning, or in severe instances, a party subscribing to the SectorHost services will be notified of their termination and promptly removed and banned from SectorHost"s network. This includes, but is not limited to: The deletion of any account on the service, the deletion of any websites hosted on servers of the service, and the blocking of any and all known IP Addresses associated with party subscribing to the SectorHost services. Instances of “SPAM” received should be reported to , and will be promptly investigated by a SectorHost staff member.

    It is further noted and understood that the use of SectorHost.com services for issuing “SPAM” or bulk e-mails, in whole or in part, to willing participants (also known as “opt-in mailing”) is generally considered lawful, so long as it is done for legitimate purposes and with the prior consent of the recipient. In such instances, SectorHost would take no further action to disrupt these lawful activities. Likewise, it is permissible to send out personalized individual e-mails to individuals or companies that you have heard about that have not given you consent, but by which you have received a referral.

  4. How specifically is Copyright Abuse handled by SectorHost? SectorHost is duly concerned with the protection of any owner"s claim of copyright, trademark or intellectual property rights, and believes that our subscribers should also respect such rights. In the event that you believe your copyright in any material located on or within the SectorHost.com network has been infringed, please send us a Notice of Claimed Infringement pursuant to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (“DMCA”). All notices must be sent to Sector Host, and should contain the following information regarding the alleged violation:

    1. An e-mail communication with full header information or syslog files, (or)
    2. The IP Address used with the date and time (including the time zone) (and)
    3. Evidence of the copyright violation or infringement.

    In addition, please provide your address, telephone number, and e-mail address for return correspondence. You should include a statement by you that you have a good faith belief that the disputed use is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law. You should further include a statement by you declaring under penalty of perjury that (a) the information contained within your Notice of Claimed Infringement is true and correct, and (b) that you are the owner of the copyright interest involved or that you are authorized to act on behalf of that owner.

  5. Revisions to this Abuse Policy. We reserve the right to revise this Abuse Policy, our AUP, our Privacy Policy, our hosting service agreements and our other policies and agreements at any time and in any manner. We will post any revisions to this Abuse Policy, together with a revision date in the “Policies” Section of our website located http://www.SectorHost.com.