Acceptable Use Policy

To better serve our customers and offer a more reliable service, Cyberlink Systems Corp. has developed this acceptable use policy to define the types of behavior that will not be permitted on Cyberlink Systems Corp.’s network.

Please send all complaints and violations to helpdesk@cyberlink.ca

IMPORTANT NOTE

Cyberlink Systems Corp reserves the right to discontinue service or deny access to anyone who violates our policies or service contract WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE. If you do not agree with our policies for whatever reason, please contact our business office at 250.426.5175. Cyberlink Systems Corp will act as sole judge when a violation of our acceptable use policy occurs.

Please review the acceptable use policy and your End User Service Agreement. If you have any questions, please send them to helpdesk@cyberlink.ca

Responsible Usage

We exercise no control over the content of the information passing through our systems; we only provide access. You must take responsibility for your actions on our system and the systems you access through us. You must comply with whatever rules or Acceptable Usage Policies for the systems you access. If you are offended by information you find on any system, it is your responsibility to avoid whatever you find offensive. You must take responsibility for the statements you make in Email and Social Media platforms. If you violate any of Cyberlink’s usage policies or your actions, whether intentional or unintentional, endanger our systems or another network’s systems from another provider, company or individual, Cyberlink may suspend your access at any time, without prior notice. Cyberlink Systems Corp is the final and sole judge of whether any abuse or violations has occurred.

Here is specific information on Cyberlink Systems Corp.’s policy with respect to mass Email mailings, multiple Usenet News postings and other mass unsolicited communications – these are all commonly known as SPAM.

The Internet user community does not welcome unsolicited email from any source. This “junk Email” is referred to as SPAM. In addition to SPAM, multiple postings of the same information to Social Media Platforms and advertising in most of the Social Media Platforms is also unwelcome.

Specifically: Cyberlink Systems Corp does not allow our network resources to be used by anyone to email or mass-email any user or groups of users that have not indicated a willingness to receive such mailings.

Cyberlink Systems Corp does not allow our systems to be used for RELAY from non-Cyberlink Systems Corp customers or networks.

Cyberlink Systems Corp does not allow our systems to be used for any activity that is illegal.

Resource Usage

No system has unlimited resources, and we expect you to act responsibly when consuming resources on our system. Cyberlink Systems Corp does not allow customers to consume excessive resources from our systems. If you consume excessive resources on our system, we may suspend your access at any time without prior notice.

Security

Cyberlink Systems Corp actively and automatically monitors all of our systems for attempts at breaching our security, or attempts to access systems or resources that are not available for customers to use or access. This is commonly known as “hacking”. Any attempt to access or modify unauthorized computer system information or to interfere with normal system operations, whether on the equipment of Cyberlink Systems Corp or of any computer system or network that is accessed by our services, will result in immediate and permanent cancellation of your account and may also lead to other legal proceedings against you.

Anyone found accessing or attempting to access unauthorized Cyberlink equipment will have their account immediately terminated and the incident reported to appropriate authorities.

Unlawful Usage

Cyberlink’s network of information services may only be used for lawful purposes. Transmission of any material in violation of any federal or provincial regulation is prohibited. This includes but is not limited to, copyrighted material, material judged to be threatening or obscene, or material protected by trade secret.

In addition, Cyberlink Systems Corp does not allow pornographic materials of any kind to be hosted on its network.

Privacy

While every attempt is made to keep all information passing to and from our systems, and to and from our customers private, you must assume that any information that you transmit or receive may not be private. Cyberlink Systems Corp does not monitor or record normal usage of our systems. However, Cyberlink Systems Corp will fully cooperate with any authority in investigation of illegal activity and may turn over logs and records upon receipt of proper orders.

Cyberlink Systems Corp cooperates fully with local, provincial, and federal enforcement officials investigating unlawful behavior on our systems or the systems of others.

Selling of Customer information

Cyberlink Systems Corp does not and will not sell or transfer any information about our customer base to any third party for the purpose of using that information for marketing or direct sales. Cyberlink does cooperate with other Internet and communications service providers and may release customer information to those parties in the event of security or credit-related problems.