Acceptable Use Policy
Last Modified August 14, 2023
This Acceptable Use Policy (“AUP”) sets forth rules that apply to the use of any of Provider’s Cloud Services by Customer (“you”). If referenced by the parties on their Cover Page, this AUP operates as an Attachment to the Cloud Service Agreement. Capitalized terms not defined in this AUP have the meanings given in the Cloud Service Terms.
1. Content Restrictions. You will not upload, store, post or transmit content that:
- Is obscene, defamatory, deceptive, harassing, threatening, hateful or discriminatory;
- Violates anyone else’s intellectual property, privacy, publicity or other rights;
- Violates applicable laws or regulations; or
- Contains viruses, malware, malicious code or similar harmful materials.
2. Prohibited Conduct. You will not:
- Engage in deceptive or illegal activities (including, “spoofing”, “phishing” or pyramid or similar schemes);
- Transmit spam or other unsolicited communications to other users;
- Publish benchmark or performance information about the Cloud Service without our consent;
- Use the Cloud Service in violation of data, privacy or other applicable laws or regulations;
- Use the Cloud Service to engage in, promote, support or facilitate hateful, discriminatory or violent activities, whether online or offline;
- Engage in any activity that we reasonably determine on advice of counsel will cause liability to us; or
- Use the Cloud Service for training any artificial intelligence algorithm, whether through data scraping techniques or otherwise.
3. No Disruption. You will not:
- Access the Cloud Service through means we did not authorize (for instance, scraping, crawling or penetration testing);
- Disable or interfere with the Cloud Service or circumvent any of our security or access controls; or
- Try to access other users’ data or accounts without their express permission.
4. Others. You will not permit or encourage others to commit any of the actions above.
We may monitor compliance with this AUP and investigate any violations. If we determine that you or your content violates this AUP, we may remove or suspend access to your content or invoke our suspension rights under the Agreement (see Article 10 of the Cloud Service Terms).
We may report any activity that we suspect violates any law or regulation to law enforcement officials, regulators or other appropriate third parties, and cooperate with them to investigate and prosecute illegal conduct. Our reporting may include disclosing information related to the violation of this AUP.
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