Free Hosting clients are expected to use the Internet responsibly, obeying all state and federal laws and following proper "Netiquette".

The following practices will NOT be tolerated by

1. CHILD PORNOGRAPHY is required, BY LAW, to be reported to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Furthermore, it is our policy that, in additional to the required reporting, we voluntarily forward all information we have to law enforcement without the need for a subpoena or any other formal process. This allows law enforcement to respond more quickly, before the trail gets cold. We maintain extensive access logs with IP addresses, access times, and other information. This is not an anonymous hosting service, and we will report you.

2. It is illegal to knowingly use a misleading domain name with the intent to deceive a person into viewing obscenity, or to knowingly use a misleading domain name with the intent to deceive a minor into viewing material that is harmful to minors. You may not in any way use a misleading domain name.

3. Under Law, a person is a felon, subject to prison time, if he "knowingly advertises, promotes, presents, or describes the visual depiction with the intent to cause any person to believe that the material is, or contains, a visual depiction of an actual minor engaging in sexually explicit conduct." Doing so is also in violation of our terms of service.

4. Explicit cartoon depictions of sex are not permitted, as it is simply too difficult, if not impossible, to determine whether such depictions are intended to portray minors.

5. Materials that are not constitutionally protected (i.e. obscene materials). Obscene material includes anything that would be obscene in India or in the jurisdiction you are located in. Although this is not a complete list, some of the things that often qualify as obscene include the depiction of defecation, bestiality, rape, or murder.

6. Unlawful activities such as unauthorized distribution or copying of copyrighted photos, materials or software, violation of trademark or other intellectual property rights, violation of U.S. export restrictions, fraud, the solicitation of illegal gambling or prostitution, or other practices which may be considered illegal.

7. PageJacking, which includes stealing the look and feel of a third party web site that you do not own with the intention of defrauding consumers into believing that your web site is officially associated with that third party web site.

8. Net mail abuse, including message delivery considered to be spamming, mailbombing (sending numerous and very similar messages to the same e-mail addresses), trolling (generating outrageous messages with the purpose of generating greater response), subscribing others to a mailing list without permission, posting off-topic messages to news groups or discussion groups to generate web traffic, or distribution of bulk e-mail software. There are definitely other practices either unlawful or considered harassment, and Web1000 reserves the right to determine what constitutes net mail abuse.

9. The posting of defamatory, scandalous, or private information about a person without their consent, or intentionally inflicting emotional distress.

10. The posting of materials intended to harm another person or group, such as racist hate sites, and/or the posting of materials detailing methods of harming persons or property, such as bomb making instructions.

11. Misuse of system resources, including but not limited to, knowingly employing programs which consume excessive CPU time or storage space or the resale of access to our servers.

12. The linking of your graphics or data files from an html page not maintained on, the use of service to store data files, or the storage of misidentified files. What we provide is web hosting, not a file storage service.

NOTE: A breach of any of the policies above may result in the permanent or temporary suspension of your Free Hosting account, at our option. will not be held responsible for any damages suffered during downtime.