The Minnesota Wavetech, Inc. Acceptable Use Policy

A few notes:

  1. Please read all agreements and contracts carefully before you decide to become a customer. Be comfortable with the agreements and understand that you will be bound by them. Each new customer is required to sign a copy of the Access Agreement and ret urn it to us within 15 days. Failure to do so will result in the termination of your account.
  2. You must be 18 to receive an account.
  3. These contracts and agreements are Copyright 1996 by Minnesota Wavetech, Inc., any infringement on these copyrights will be vigorously prosecuted.
  4. And finally, if you have any questions, please feel free to call, write, e-mail, or fax us.


The Minnesota Wavetech, Inc. Acceptable Use Policy

As a customer of Minnesota Wavetech, you and authorized users of your account (if any) agree to:

  1. Use Minnesota Wavetech's services and equipment only in a manner which does not violate any applicable laws or regulations, including but not limited to copyright, trade secret, and trademark laws; laws governing defamation, slander, and libel; and laws preventing child pornography and the transmission of materials that are considered threatening, harassing or obscene;
  2. Respect the privacy of other users by not intentionally viewing, copying, or modifying the files, data, or passwords of others without permission;
  3. Prevent more than one individual from accessing a personal, single-user account;
  4. Refrain from reselling access to your account;
  5. Comply with the rules of any third-party network accessed through the services of Minnesota Wavetech;
  6. Publicize and enforce this Acceptable Use Policy with all authorized users of your Minnesota Wavetech account;
  7. Use Minnesota Wavetech services and facilities in a manner that does not interfere with or disrupt other network users, services or equipment. Improper interference or disruption includes, but is not limited to:
    • mass postings or mailings of the same message, such as unsolicited advertising;
    • distribution of materials to inappropriate forums or mailing lists;
    • consuming excessive amounts of CPU time or memory, such as spawning numerous simultaneous processes;
    • camping on a line or staying attached to a modem while inactive when utilizing a dial-in (non-dedicated) service from Minnesota Wavetech;
    • distribution of the type or quantity of material that is designed to cause the disruption of service;
    • propagation of computer worms or viruses; and
    • use of the network to make unauthorized entry to other computational, informational or communications devices, such as an entry made to evaluate the security integrity of a network or host system without permission.