The Goal of AirFiber™ Internet is to provide the best possible internet experience to all its customers. AirFiber™ has adopted this policy in the furtherance of that goal.
All AirFiber™ Internet customers and all others who use the service (the “user”, “users”, “customer”, “customers” “you”, or “your”) must comply with this Policy. Your failure to comply with the terms outlined in this Policy may result in the suspension or cancellation of the Service Agreement. If you do not agree with the terms of this Policy, immediately stop the use of any and all AirFiber™ services and notify AirFiber™ so that it can close your account. Use of any AirFiber™ services constitutes an agreement to abide by the Policy.
Unless you have specifically subscribed to a commercial grade service, the ISP Service is provided to you for personal, non-commercial use only. The service cannot be used for any enterprise purpose whatsoever whether or not the enterprise is directed toward making a profit. If it is your intention to use this service for these purposes, please contact AirFiber™ to inquire whether commercial grade service programs are available. The ISP Service may not be used to engage in any conduct that interferes with AirFiber™’s ability to provide service to others, including the use of excessive bandwidth.
The ISP Service may not be used in a manner that interferes with AirFiber™’s efficient operation of its facilities, the provision of services or the ability of others to utilize the ISP Service in a reasonable manner. AirFiber™ may use various tools and techniques to protect the security and integrity of its networks, which may include detecting malicious traffic patterns, preventing the distribution of viruses or other malicious code, and such other tools and techniques as AirFiber™ may from time to time determine appropriate.
The ISP Service may not be used to breach or attempt to breach the security, the computer, the software or the data of any person or entity, including AirFiber™, to circumvent the user authentication features or security of any host, network or account, to use or distribute tools designed to compromise security, or to interfere with another’s use of the ISP Service through the posting or transmitting of a virus or other harmful item to deliberately overload or flood that entity’s system.
In using the ISP Service, you may not use an IP address or client ID not assigned to you, forge any TCP/IP packet header or any part of the header information in an e-mail or newsgroup posting or probe, scan or test the vulnerability of any system or network by the use of sniffers, SNMP tools or any other method.