What is prohibited conduct?
- Unless they hold all necessary rights, licences and consents to do so;
- That infringes the intellectual property or other rights of any person;
- That would cause them or you to breach any law, regulation, rule, code or other legal obligation;
- That defames, harasses, threatens, menaces, offends or restricts any person;
- That is, or could reasonably be, considered to be obscene, inappropriate, defamatory, disparaging, indecent, seditious, offensive, pornographic, threatening, abusive, liable to incite racial hatred, discriminatory, blasphemous, in breach of confidence or in breach of privacy; or
- That would bring you, or your business website, into disrepute.
Other activities, which you and your business lawyer may also want to be prohibited, include:
- Interfering with or inhibiting any other user from using your website;
- Using your website to send unsolicited email messages;
- Attempting to, or tampering with your website;
- Hindering or modifying your website;
- Knowingly transmitting viruses or disabling features which will damage or interfere with your website; and
- Facilitating or assisting any other person to do any of the above acts.
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