Acceptable Use Policy
The primary objective of MediaRazor is to provide excellence
in web hosting services and unsurpassed technical support to our customers.
To be able to protect each one of our customers, and to preserve our pricing
structure and quality of service, we need to make sure that certain rules
When you engage in any of the following activities, you are in violation
of our policies. MediaRazor reserves the right to cancel any member without
refund for violating any of this guidelines:
(You should also want to read our Terms
Your Website content will remain under your domain; your domain will not
be made available to any other entity unless you specifically request
it. You have the right to retain files that you seek to hold on your Website
as long as they do not violate our policies. You are not allowed to publish
any material that under MediaRazor' discretion: violates local, state,
federal, or international laws; has obscene or pornographic material,
threatens the Internet community, encourages criminal mischief, or material
that could give rise to civil liability.
MediaRazor has a zero stance policy on all pornography Websites. We do
not seek to abridge users' constitutional rights, but we uphold all laws
applicable to the content of sites hosted on our servers. The average
"Adult Site" gets more hits than 50 standard Websites combined.
Some adult sites get around 5 to 10 GB of transfer per day. Our servers
would be severely slowed with these types of resources being utilized.
We would even be forced to raise our prices to pay for the additional
bandwidth. We strive to keep our servers fast and inexpensive; therefore,
adult sites are not allowed.
Warez Sites are sites that are typically used by "hackers" to
trade (upload/download) illegally pirated copies of software programs
with one another. MediaRazor has a zero stance policy on all Warez Sites.
Sites that become a trading post for "warez" programs will be
reported to any and all regulatory, administrative, and/or governmental
authorities for prosecution. In addition to your account being deleted
from our servers, you may face legal action that can be taken against
you by the programmers/software companies of the copyrighted software.
Our hosting accounts operate on shared network resources. This means that
there are several hosting accounts per server. Excessive use or "abuse"
of these network resources by one customer have a negative impact on all
other customers. In all fairness, you are not allowed to deliberately
consume network resources in an excessive manner, this includes but is
not limited to: CPU time, memory, and disk space. You are also not allowed
to use resource-intensive programs that can negatively impact other customers
or the performance of our systems. High Network traffic and throughput
is not a problem for MediaRazor, but extreme network traffic or uploading
and downloading can sometimes create problems. You are allowed to exceed
your maximum bandwidth usage without being shut off, however, you will
be billed $5.25 for each additional GB of throughput on your next billing
IRC: We DO NOT allow IRC or IRC bots to be operated on our servers. This
includes any application that utilizes Raw Sockets and/or ICMP Packets
to short-circuit the TCP/IP stack.
Sending the same, or substantially similar, unsolicited email message,
whether commercial or not, to more than one recipient (known as "spamming")
is strongly disfavored among Internet users and Internet service providers.
You are not allowed to use your MediaRazor hosting account or email accounts
to send unsolicited email. Our "Spamming" rules also apply to
mailing lists. Mailing lists are only to be focused at an audience that
has voluntarily signed up for your email information or that has made
their email address available for distribution of information from you.
Defined as excessive cross-posting, or posting the same article to several
newsgroups. This is prohibited. Accepted standards allow no more than
15 newsgroups, or cross-postings, for a single article or similar articles.
Illegal/Unauthorized Access to Other Computers
The illegal or unauthorized accessing (often known as "hacking"
or "cracking") of computers or networks carries potential civil
and criminal penalties under both federal laws and the laws of most states.
MediaRazor reserves the right to report illegal activities to any and
all regulatory, administrative, and/or governmental authorities for prosecution.
Whether lawful or unlawful, that MediaRazor determines to be harmful to
its customers, operations or reputation, including activities that restrict
or inhibit any other user from using and enjoying our services.
Failure to follow any term or condition will
be grounds for immediate account deactivation.