Registry Agreement-Dot XXX

REGISTRY-REGISTRANT AGREEMENT

Dot XXX Domain Extension

 

These terms and conditions (the “Agreement ”) supplement the agreement between you and 7Digital Solutions® (“Registrar”) that you use to Register or Reserve a name in a Top Level Domain that is owned by ICM Registry LLC (Dot XXX) and/or its subsidiaries (the “TLD”). As between you and ICM Registry, LLC and/or its subsidiaries (the “Registry”, “us”, “we”, “ICM”), in the event of any conflict between this Agreement and any of the terms of your agreement with Registrar (the “Registrar-Registrant Agreement”), this Agreement shall prevail.

 

I. GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  1. The Registry supports the protection of intellectual property. By applying to register or reserve a name in our TLD, you agree that:

a.     your use of the name will not infringe upon the intellectual property rights or other rights of any third party;

b.     the Registry cannot and does not check to see whether the name (or any use you may make of the name) infringes upon the intellectual property rights or other rights of others nor can it or does it check to see whether another name in the TLD (or the use of another domain name by another Applicant or a third party in any context) infringes your intellectual property rights or other rights;

c.      the Registry makes no guarantee to you against the possibility of an objection to, or challenge of, your Registration or use of the name or corresponding website by third parties; the selection and/or registration of a similar name in the TLD by another Applicant or Registrant in a manner that might compete with or cause confusion with respect to your Registration and/or use of the name or corresponding website;

d.     it is your responsibility to investigate your intellectual property rights or other rights and the intellectual property rights or other rights of others with respect to the name in the TLD and the corresponding website; and

e.     you are exclusively liable for any claims of infringement arising out of or relating to your Registration or use of the name and/or the creation, launch or operation of the corresponding website.

  1. You acknowledge and agree that you are subject to all Registry Policies set forth on the Registry Website including without limitation the most current Anti-Abuse Policy. You specifically acknowledge and agree that the Registry Policies may be modified by the Registry, and agree to comply with any such changes in the time period specified for compliance.
  2. You agree to comply with applicable ICANN Requirements as set forth on the Registry Website.
  3. You represent and warrant that you have provided current, complete, and accurate information in connection with your Registration Request or Reservation Request, and that you will correct and update this information to ensure that it remains current, complete, and accurate throughout the term of any resulting Registration or Reservation. Your obligation to provide current, accurate, and complete information is a material element of this Agreement, and the Registry reserves the right to immediately deny, cancel, terminate, suspend, lock, or transfer any Registration or Reservation if it determines, in its sole discretion, that the information is materially inaccurate.
  4. You consent to the collection, use, processing, and/or disclosure of your personal information in the United States and in accordance with the Privacy Policy posted on the Registry Website, and incorporated by reference here. If you are visiting the Registry Website from a country other than the country in which the Registry servers are located, your communications with the Registry may result in the transfer of information (including your membership account information) across international boundaries; you consent to such transfer.
  5. You agree to submit to proceedings commenced under ICANN’s Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (“UDRP”), ICM’s Charter Eligibility Dispute Resolution Policy (“CEDRP”), ICM’s Rapid Evaluation Service (“RES”), ICM’s Sunrise Dispute Resolution Policy (“SDRP”) and/or the Uniform Rapid Suspension (“URS”), as applicable and as described on the Registry Website. You further agree to abide by the final outcome of any of those processes, subject to any appeal rights provided in those processes or the law, and you hereby release the Registry, its affiliates and service providers and/or IFFOR from any and all direct or indirect liability associated with such dispute resolution processes.
  6. You acknowledge and agree that the Registry reserves the right to disqualify you or your agents from making or maintaining any Registrations or Reservations in any TLD if you are found to have repeatedly engaged in abusive registrations, in its sole discretion.
  7. You acknowledge and agree that the Registry reserves the right to immediately deny, cancel, terminate, suspend, lock, or transfer any Reservation Request or Registration Request and any resulting Reservations or Registrations that it deems necessary, in its discretion, in furtherance of the following:

a.     to enforce Registry Policies and ICANN Requirements, as amended from time to time;

b.     to protect the integrity and stability of the Registry, its operations, and any TLD;

c.      to comply with any applicable law, regulation, holding, order, or decision issued by a court, administrative authority, or dispute resolution service provider with jurisdiction over the Registry or you;

d.     to establish, assert, or defend the legal rights of the Registry or a third party, or to avoid any liability, civil or criminal, on the part of the Registry as well as its affiliates, subsidiaries, owners, officers, directors, representatives, employees, contractors, and stockholders;

e.     to correct mistakes made by the Registry or any Accredited Registrar in connection with a Registration or Reservation; or

f.       as otherwise provided herein.

  1. You agree to indemnify to the maximum extent permitted by law, defend and hold harmless the Registry, its affiliates and service providers, and the International Foundation for Online Responsibility (“IFFOR”), and each of their respective directors, owners, officers, employees, contractors, and agents, from and against any and all claims, damages, liabilities, costs and expenses, including reasonable legal fees and expenses, arising out of or relating to your Registration or Reservation of, and/or your Registration Request or Registration Request for, any name in a TLD. You agree that the indemnifications stated herein survive termination of the Registrar-Registrant Agreement and this Agreement.
  2. This Agreement, its interpretation, and all disputes between the parties arising in any manner hereunder, shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the internal laws of the State of Florida, without giving effect to any choice or conflict of law provision or rule (whether of the State of Florida or any other jurisdiction). You agree and submit to the exercise of personal jurisdiction of courts in the State of Florida for the purpose of litigating any such claim or action.
  3. BY AGREEING TO THIS AGREEMENT, YOU ARE: (1) WAIVING CLAIMS THAT YOU MIGHT OTHERWISE HAVE AGAINST THE REGISTRY, ITS AFFILIATES AND SERVICE PROVIDERS, AND/OR IFFOR BASED ON THE LAWS OF OTHER JURISDICTIONS, INCLUDING YOUR OWN; (2) IRREVOCABLY CONSENTING TO THE EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION OF, AND VENUE IN, STATE OR FEDERAL COURTS IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA OVER ANY DISPUTES OR CLAIMS YOU HAVE WITH THE REGISTRY, ITS AFFILIATES AND SERVICE PROVIDERS, AND/OR IFFOR; AND (3) SUBMITTING YOURSELF TO THE PERSONAL JURISDICTION OF COURTS LOCATED IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA FOR THE PURPOSE OF RESOLVING ANY SUCH DISPUTES OR CLAIMS. YOU FURTHER AGREE THAT ANY CAUSE OF ACTION ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO OUR SERVICES MUST COMMENCE WITHIN ONE (1) YEAR AFTER THE CAUSE OF ACTION ACCRUES. OTHERWISE, SUCH CAUSE OF ACTION IS PERMANENTLY BARRED.
  4. You acknowledge and agree that the Registry is and shall be an intended third party beneficiary of the obligations you undertake in this Agreement. You acknowledge and agree that the Registry’s third party beneficiary rights have vested, and shall survive any termination or expiration of your Registration or Reservation.
  5. You acknowledge and agree that names in each TLD are provided "as is", "with all faults" and "as available." The Registry, its affiliates and service providers, and IFFOR make no express warranties or guarantees about such names.
  6. TO THE GREATEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, THE REGISTRY, ITS AFFILIATES AND SERVICE PROVIDERS, AND IFFOR DISCLAIM IMPLIED WARRANTIES THAT A TLD AND ALL SOFTWARE, CONTENT AND SERVICES DISTRIBUTED THROUGH THE REGISTRY, ITS AFFILIATES AND SERVICE PROVIDERS AND/OR IFFOR ARE MERCHANTABLE, OF SATISFACTORY QUALITY, ACCURATE, TIMELY, FIT FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR NEED, OR NON-INFRINGING. THE REGISTRY, ITS AFFILIATES AND SERVICE PROVIDERS AND/OR IFFOR DO NOT GUARANTEE THAT ANY NAME IN A TLD, IFFOR SERVICES, OR REGISTRY OPERATIONS WILL MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS, WILL BE ERROR-FREE, RELIABLE, WITHOUT INTERRUPTION OR AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES. WE DO NOT GUARANTEE THAT THE RESULTS THAT MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE USE OF A TLD, INCLUDING ANY SUPPORT SERVICES, WILL BE EFFECTIVE, RELIABLE, ACCURATE OR MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS. WE DO NOT GUARANTEE THAT YOU OR THIRD PARTIES WILL BE ABLE TO ACCESS OR USE ANY NAME IN A TLD (EITHER DIRECTLY OR THROUGH THIRD-PARTY NETWORKS) AT TIMES OR LOCATIONS OF YOUR CHOOSING. NO ORAL OR WRITTEN INFORMATION OR ADVICE GIVEN BY A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE REGISTRY, ITS AFFILIATES AND SERVICE PROVIDERS, AND/OR IFFOR SHALL CREATE A WARRANTY REGARDING OPERATIONS OF THE REGISTRY OR ANY NAME IN A TLD.
  7. THE REGISTRY, ITS AFFILIATES AND SERVICE PROVIDERS, AND/OR IFFOR SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES ARISING FROM YOUR USE OF, INABILITY TO USE, OR RELIANCE UPON A NAME IN A TLD. THESE EXCLUSIONS APPLY TO ANY CLAIMS FOR LOST PROFITS, LOST DATA, LOSS OF GOODWILL, WORK STOPPAGE, COMPUTER FAILURE OR MALFUNCTION, OR ANY OTHER COMMERCIAL DAMAGES OR LOSSES, EVEN IF THE REGISTRY, ITS AFFILIATES AND SERVICES PROVIDERS AND/OR IFFOR KNEW OR SHOULD HAVE KNOWN OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. BECAUSE SOME STATES OR JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR THE LIMITATION OF LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, IN SUCH STATES OR JURISDICTIONS, THE REGISTRY’S LIABILITY, AND THE LIABILITY OF THE REGISTRY’S AFFILIATES AND SERVICE PROVIDERS, AND/OR IFFOR SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE MAXIUMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW. YOU FURTHER AGREE THAT IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REGISTRY’S, ITS AFFILIATES AND SERVICE PROVIDERS, AND/OR IFFOR’S TOTAL AGGREGATE LIABILITY EXCEED THE TOTAL AMOUNT PAID BY YOU FOR THE PARTICULAR PRODUCTS OR SERVICES THAT ARE THE SUBJECT OF THE CAUSE OF ACTION. YOU AGREE THAT THE RIGHTS STATED HEREIN SURVIVE TERMINATION OF THE REGISTRAR-REGISTRANT AGREEMENT AND THIS AGREEMENT.

You may have additional consumer rights under your local laws that this Agreement cannot change.

  1. The Registry reserves the right to modify, change, or discontinue any aspect of its services, agreements, this Agreement, including without limitation its prices and fees. You acknowledge and agree that the Registry, its affiliates and service providers, and/or IFFOR may provide any and all required notices, agreements, modifications and changes to this Agreement, and other information concerning a TLD electronically, by posting such items on the Registry Website. Your continued use of the Registry Website or your Registration and/or Reservation of any name in a TLD shall constitute your acceptance of the most current versions of those notices, agreements, modifications, and changes to this Agreement. In the event of any conflict between this Agreement and the notices, agreements, modifications or changes to this Agreement as posted from time to time on the Registry Website, the then-current terms of this Agreement posted on the Registry Website shall prevail.
  2. You represent and warrant that your use of the Registry and/or any name in a TLD will not be for any illegal purposes, including without limitation:

a.     any purposes that promote or encourage the promotion of child pornography or the exploitation of minors in any way;

b.     the infringement of the intellectual property rights of any other person or entity;

c.      the impersonation of any person or entity, or the submission of information on behalf of any other person or entity, without their express prior written consent;

d.     the violation of privacy or publicity rights of any other person or entity;

e.     the promotion or engagement in any spam or other unsolicited bulk email, the promotion or engagement in any software viruses or any other computer code, files or programs designed to interrupt, destroy, or limit the functionality of any computer software, hardware, or telecommunications equipment or computer or network hacking or cracking; or

f.       the interference with the operation of the Registry Website or services offered by the Registry and/or IFFOR

  1. Names in a TLD are intended for and available to Applicants and Registrants who are at least eighteen (18) years of age. By submitting a Registration Request, creating a Registration, or maintaining a Registration you represent and warrant that you are at least eighteen (18) years of age.
  2. You acknowledge and agree that the content of websites in any TLD may not be appropriate, legal, and or available for use in all locations, and hosting the name in territories where such content is illegal is prohibited. If you choose to register and/or operate the name from a location outside the U.S., you do so on your own initiative. In all cases, you are responsible for compliance with local laws. Moreover, if you register any letter/letter two-character ASCII label, you acknowledge, agree and represent that you will take steps to ensure against misrepresenting or falsely implying that you are affiliated with a government or country-code manager if such affiliation, sponsorship or endorsement does not exist.
  3. You acknowledge and agree that the Launch Plan and related policies published on the Registry Website for the applicable TLD is the binding policy document regarding eligibility for names in that TLD; any prior commitments, obligations, pricing, plans or intentions indicated by ICM for such TLD is void, including without limitation any and all commitments ICM submitted in its application to ICANN for the applicable TLD. You acknowledge and agree that Registry, its affiliates and service providers, and IFFOR shall have no liability of any kind for any direct or indirect loss or liability resulting from the proceedings and processes relating to any Sunrise Processes, Landrush Processes, Limited Registration Processes, General Availability periods, or any process the Registry uses for allocating Premium Names or other names in a TLD, including without limitation: (a) the ability or inability of a Registrant to obtain a name in a TLD during these periods, and (b) any dispute, amongst any parties, arising in connection with any of those processes.
  4. If you are entering into this Agreement on behalf of a corporate entity, you represent and warrant that you have the legal authority to bind such corporate entity to the terms and conditions contained in this Agreement, in which case the terms “you”, “your”, Applicant, or Registrant shall refer to such corporate entity. If, after your electronic acceptance of this Agreement, the Registry finds that you do not have the legal authority to bind such corporate entity, you will be personally responsible for the obligations contained in this Agreement, including but not limited to the payment obligations. The Registry shall not be liable for any loss or damage resulting from the Registry’s reliance on any instruction, notice, document, or communication reasonably believed by the Registry to be genuine and originating from an authorized representative of your corporate entity. If there is reasonable doubt about the authenticity of any such instruction, notice, document, or communication, the Registry reserves the right (but undertakes no duty) to require additional authentication from you.
  5. Registry Website may contain links to third party websites that are not owned or controlled by the Registry. The Registry assumes no responsibility for the content, terms and conditions, privacy policies, or practices of any third party websites, including without limitation its service providers or dispute resolution providers.
  6. No failure on the part of the Registry to exercise any power, right, privilege or remedy under this Agreement, and no delay on the part of the Registry in exercising any power, right, privilege or remedy under this Agreement, shall operate as a waiver of such power, right, privilege or remedy; and no single or partial exercise or waiver of any such power, right, privilege or remedy shall preclude any other or further exercise thereof or of any other power, right, privilege or remedy. The Registry shall not be deemed to have waived any claim arising out of this Agreement, or any power, right, privilege or remedy under this Agreement, unless the waiver of such claim, power, right, privilege or remedy is expressly set forth in a written instrument duly executed by the Registry; and any such waiver shall not be applicable or have any effect except in the specific instance in which it is given.
  7. If any provision of this Agreement or the application thereof to any person, entity, or circumstances is determined to be invalid, illegal, or unenforceable in any jurisdiction, the remainder hereof, and the application of such provision to such person, entity, or circumstances in any other jurisdiction, shall not be affected thereby, and to this end the provisions of this Agreement shall be severable.
  8. The Registry shall not be liable to you for any loss or damage resulting from any cause beyond its reasonable control (a “Force Majeure Event”) including, but not limited to, insurrection or civil disorder, war or military operations, national or local emergency, acts or omissions of government or other competent authority, compliance with any statutory obligation or executive order, fire, lightning, hurricane, explosion, flood, subsidence, weather of exceptional severity, and acts or omissions of persons of which the Registry is not responsible.
  9. This Agreement (including the privacy policy, applicable launch plans, as well as the applicable domain name dispute resolution policies which are incorporated herein by this reference and form a part of it) constitutes the entire agreement between the parties concerning the subject matter of this Agreement and supersedes any prior agreements, representations, statements, negotiations, understandings, proposals or undertakings, oral or written, between the parties with respect to the subject matter expressly set forth herein.
  10. In the event of termination of this Agreement, the following terms shall survive: Section 1.6, 1.9-1.15, 1.19-1.27.

 

II. ADDITIONAL TERMS FOR .XXX SUNRISE B (NON-COMMUNITY TRADEMARK) APPLICANTS

  1. If you have submitted a Reservation Request under the Registry’s Sunrise B procedure, you acknowledge and agree that if your application is successful, your Reservation will not result in a Registration, does not convey any additional rights, including without limitation any additional intellectual property rights, and queries will resolve to a standard page that indicates that the name is reserved. You further acknowledge and agree that you may not in the future elect to convert this Reservation to a resolving Registration.
  2. You acknowledge and agree that the Registry, its affiliates and service providers, and IFFOR shall have no liability of any kind for any direct or indirect loss or liability resulting from or arising in connection with the Sunrise processes, including, without limitation: (a) your ability or inability to reserve a name in the .XXX TLD through this process, and (b) any dispute between any parties arising in connection with this process.

 

III. ADDITIONAL TERMS FOR REGISTRANTS OF NON-RESOLVING .XXX NAMES

By applying to register a non-resolving name in .XXX TLD you acknowledge and agree that if your application is successful, your Registration will not resolve in the DNS. You further acknowledge and agree that you may not in the future elect to convert this Registration to a resolving Registration unless you subsequently qualify for membership in the Sponsored Community, complete the Membership Application Process on the Registry Website, and receive Membership Credentials that you provide to your Registrar.

 

IV. ADDITIONAL TERMS FOR MEMBERS OF THE .XXX SPONSORED COMMUNITY AND PROXY SERVICES

  1. By applying to register a resolving name in the .XXX TLD, you represent and warrant that you are a member of the Sponsored Community or a Registry-approved proxy service acting on behalf of a member of the Sponsored Community.
  2. If you are a member of the Sponsored Community, you represent and warrant that you have provided or will provide current, accurate and complete information in connection with the Membership Application Process, and will keep that information current. You understand that your Registration will not resolve unless and until you supply your Registrar with the Membership Credentials you received upon completing the Membership Application Process on the Registry Website.
  3. If you are a Registry-authorized proxy service, you represent and warrant that (i) you have authenticated the member of the Sponsored Community that has provided or will provide the Membership Credentials in connection with the Registration, and (ii) you will comply with the Proxy Service Standards policy posted on the Registry Website.

 

V. ADDITIONAL TERMS APPLICABLE TO PREMIUM NAMES

Notwithstanding Section 1.26 of this Agreement, you acknowledge and agree that if the name you are seeking to register is a Premium Name, as determined by the Registry in its sole discretion, then registration, renewal and/or use of the name may be subject to the terms and conditions of a separate agreement between you and the Registry, and if so, your rights in any such names are also governed by the terms of that separate agreement. Moreover, you acknowledge and agree that Premium Names may be listed, registered and/or renewed at tiered pricing levels, which are registration fees that are typically higher than general availability pricing.

VI. DEFINITIONS

 

Accredited Registrar is a domain name registrar that is (i) accredited by ICANN and (ii) has entered into a Registry-Registrar Agreement with the Registry.

 

Adult-Entertainment is intended to be understood broadly for a global medium, to include those websites that convey Online Adult Entertainment, operated by webmasters who have voluntarily determined that a system of self-identification would be beneficial.

 

Applicant is a natural person, company, or organization in whose name a Registration Request or a Reservation Request is made.

 

ICANN Requirements include the Registry’s obligations under the applicable Registry Agreement between ICM and ICANN, all applicable ICANN Consensus Policies, and all applicable ICANN Temporary and Specifications and Policies, each as defined in the Registry Agreement.

 

Membership Application Process must be completed by Applicants for resolving .XXX Registrations in order to: (i) confirm their status as a member of the Sponsored Community; (ii) confirm contact information; and (iii) acquire Membership Credentials. No Registrations in the .XXX TLD will resolve until the Membership process has been successfully completed.

 

Membership Credentials consist of a membership token and such other criteria as may be determined by the Registry from time to time.

 

Premium Name is a name that has been reserved or allocated by the Registry in its sole discretion, which may be, or has been, offered for registration on other than a first-come first-served basis, including without limitation names in the .XXX TLD allocated under the Registry’s Founders Program.

 

Registrant is an Applicant that has submitted a Registration Request that has been paid for in full and accepted by the Registry. A Registrant is the holder of a registered name in a TLD.

 

Registration means a name in a TLD submitted by an Accredited Registrar on behalf of a Registrant for a specified Term that has been accepted by the Registry in accordance with the terms of the Registry-Registrar Agreement and the Registry-Registrant Agreement.

 

Registration Request is an application submitted by an Accredited Registrar on behalf of an Applicant to register a name in a TLD. Registration Requests are non-transferable.

 

Registry is ICM Registry, LLC and/or its subsidiaries.

 

Registry Policies means the applicable policies adopted from time to time by the Registry as posted under Policies on the Registry Website, including without limitation the Launch Plan.

 

Registry-Registrant Agreement is the Registry-Registrant Agreement Schedule and/or Registry-Registrant Agreement, as amended from time to time and posted on the Registry Website.

 

Registry-Registrar Agreement is the agreement between the Registry and Accredited Registrars, as amended from time to time.

 

Registry Website is www.icmregistry.biz.

 

Reservation means the reservation from registration of a name in the .XXX TLD submitted by an Accredited Registrar on behalf of an entity or individual that is not a member of the Sponsored Community that has been accepted by the Registry in accordance with the terms of the Registry-Registrar Agreement and the Registry-Registrant Agreement.

 

Reservation Request is a request submitted by an Accredited Registrar on behalf of an Applicant who is not a member of the Sponsored Community but who desires to reserve from registration names that correspond to their registered trademark. Names that are the subject of successful Reservation Requests will resolve to standard pages that indicate that the name is not available for registration in the sTLD. Reservation Requests are non-transferable.

 

Sponsored Community consists of individuals, business, entities, and organizations that: (i) have voluntarily determined that a system of self-identification would be beneficial, (ii) have voluntarily agreed to comply with all IFFOR Policies and Best Practices Guidelines, as published from time to time on the IFFOR web site; and (iii) either:

·       Provide Online Adult Entertainment intended for consenting adults ( “Providers”);

·       Represent Providers ( “Representatives”); or

·       Provide products or services to Providers and Representatives ( “Service Providers”).

 

Web use policy

Disclaimer / Web use policy

 

This page sets forth the terms and conditions under which 7DigitalSolutions® provides the information on this Website, as well as the terms and conditions governing your use of this site. By making use of this site, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions we have outlined below. If you do not accept these terms and conditions, do not continue to use or access this this site. The Web Use Policy is to be read Qua the Master Services Agreement set forth and published by way of this website along with other policies published and those of the company M/S Vaibhav Mobile Teleshoppe Pvt. Ltd.

Accuracy of Information

7DigitalSolutions® does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information provided on this Website. Under no circumstances will 7DigitalSolutions® be liable for any loss or direct, indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages caused by reliance on this information.

The information on this Website may be changed or updated without notice. 7DigitalSolutions® may also make improvements and/or changes in the products, services and/or programs described on this site at any time without notice. 

 

Confidentiality

Information concerning 7DigitalSolutions®, or any of its subsidiaries, their employees, customers, agents, or others on whom data is collected, stored, or processed is the property of 7DigitalSolutions® and is confidential except for the necessary disclosures required by law.

 

Copyright Policy

You may cite or refer to the information on this site for personal use including the role in which you are representing your going concern / enterprise / Corporate, but making copies / distribution or for any other purpose other than as stated above, of the information, is explicitly not permitted. For any such requirement please seek a written prior approval by sending an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

Enforceability of these Provisions

Should any of these terms and conditions be held invalid, that invalid provision shall be construed to be consistent with the applicable law, and in manner so as to remain consistent with the original intent of 7DigitalSolutions®. Provisions not otherwise held invalid shall remain in force.


Security Warnings

It is up to you to take precautions to ensure that whatever you select for your use is free of such items as viruses, worms, trojan horses, malicious codes and other items of a destructive nature. In no event will 7DigitalSolutions® be liable to any party for any loss or direct, indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages caused by use of this website, or any other hyperlinked website.


Products & Services

Please Note that some of the information contained in this website should be viewed as an offer to sell or as a solicitation to purchase any of our products or services. Rather, the information on our products and services is provided to you so that you can learn what products 7DigitalSolutions® generally offers.

The products and service statements on this Website are for general description purposes only. Furthermore, not all the products or services are available in every state or country. Send us a message via our Contact Us page for the name of an agent who can supply you with details regarding terms and conditions, exclusions, products, and services or a member of the 7DS Team will respond with the relevant information. 


Professional Advice

The information provided on this site is distributed with the understanding that 7DigitalSolutions® is not providing professional advice of any type. If you have a question requiring professional advice, such as question relating to law, tax or financial planning, please seek the advice of a qualified professional in the relevant field. More clarification can be sought from your 7DigitalSolutions® account manager or write to us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Warranties

7DigitalSolutions® specifically disclaims all warranties with respect to this Web site or your use thereof, express, implied, or otherwise, including without limitation, all warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. 7DigitalSolutions® shall not be liable for any damages resulting from the use or misuse of this site or the information on this site.

 

Comments & Suggestions

If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy

General Information

All registrars must follow the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy (often referred to as the "UDRP"). Under the policy, most types of trademark-based domain-name disputes must be resolved by agreement, court action, or arbitration before a registrar will cancel, suspend, or transfer a domain name. Disputes alleged to arise from abusive registrations of domain names (for example, cybersquatting) may be addressed by expedited administrative proceedings that the holder of trademark rights initiates by filing a complaint with an approved dispute-resolution service provider.

To invoke the policy, a trademark owner should either (a) file a complaint in a court of proper jurisdiction against the domain-name holder (or where appropriate an in-rem action concerning the domain name) or (b) in cases of abusive registration submit a complaint to an approved dispute-resolution service provider (see below for a list and links).

 

Principal Documents

The following documents provide details:

Ref. : https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/help/dndr/udrp-en 

Registrants Rights As per ICANN

Registrant Rights and Responsibilities Under the 2009 Registrar Accreditation Agreement

Background: One of the new provisions added to the 2009 RAA requires ICANN to develop in consultation with registrars a webpage that identifies available registrant rights and responsibilities. This published document is the result of initial input from a joint working group of the GNSO Council and the At-Large Advisory Committee and subsequent consultations with the registrars; and provides a "plain language" summary of registrant rights and responsibilities that currently exist under the 2009 RAA.

Introduction

This document provides some "plain language" summarization of terms related to Registrant Rights and Responsibilities as set out in the Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA), for posting on Registrar websites. While some of the terms included here do not specifically refer to registrants, those terms are included because of the potential import to understanding registrar/registrant relations. This document also summarizes registrant rights and responsibilities that arise within ICANN Consensus Policies and specifications, as those policies and specifications are incorporated into the RAA.'

The summarization of terms within this document do not override or replace the terms set forth in the RAA or within those specifications or policy.

Preamble

In order to register a domain name, a Registered Name Holder (also known as a Registrant) has to use the services of an ICANN-accredited Registrar. In order to become an ICANN-accredited Registrar, the Registrar must enter into a contract with ICANN, referred to as the Registrar Accreditation Agreement or the RAA. The RAA sets out various rights and responsibilities for Registrants, and Registrants have additional rights and responsibilities that are set forth in separate ICANN policies and specifications that the Registrars agree to follow.

The RAA and the related policies are drafted in very specific, often legal terminology. In order to help Registrants better understand the rights and responsibilities that come along with the registration of a domain name, these rights and responsibilities are being summarized and presented within a single document. The summaries provided here do not override or replace the actual terms as written in the RAA or the related policies and specifications.

RAA Terms of Interest

As the RAA is between ICANN and a Registrar, no one else – including a Registered Name Holder – may sue ICANN or the Registrar to claim a breach of the RAA.

Registrars may not make claims that they can provide registrants with superior access to any relevant TLD in comparison to other Registrars.

Some of the Registrar obligations are dependent upon Registered Name Holders fulfilling certain responsibilities, particularly as it relates to payment of registration fees, submission of required data points to the Registrars, and submission of accurate data and timely updates to that required data. Registrars also have specific items on which they must provide notice to Registered Name Holders, including notifications of the end of a registration term, use of Registered Name Holder’s Personal Data, and notices regarding escrowing of data for domain names registered through privacy or proxy registration services, as well as the posting of fees for the recovery of registered names.

Registrar Submission of Data to Registry Operators

For each relevant TLD, Registrars must submit certain data points relating to each Registered Name within a TLD:

  • The name of the Registered Name being registered (3.2.1.1);
  • The IP addresses of the primary nameserver and secondary nameserver(s) for the Registered Name (3.2.1.2);
  • The corresponding names of those nameservers (3.2.1.3);
  • Unless automatically generated by the registry system, the identity of the Registrar (3.2.1.4);
  • Unless automatically generated by the registry system, the expiration date of the registration (3.2.1.5); and
  • Any other data the Registry Operator requires be submitted to it (3.2.1.6).

Registered Name Holders are normally required to provide the Registrar with information relating to nameservers (3.2.1.2 – 3), and there may be additional data required under Section 3.2.1.6 that the Registered Name Holder must provide. If the Registered Name Holder provides an update on these data points, the Registrar has five (5) days to provide the update to the Registry Operator.

Whois Data

Registrars are required to have an interactive web page and port 43 Whois service that is available to the public to query free of charge. The RAA specifies certain data points that must be provided in response to a query:

  • The Registered Name (3.3.1.1);
  • The names of the primary nameserver and secondary nameserver(s) for the Registered Name (3.3.1.2);
  • The identity of Registrar (which may be provided through Registrar's website) (3.3.1.3);
  • The original creation date of the registration (3.3.1.4);
  • The expiration date of the registration (3.3.1.5);
  • The name and postal address of the Registered Name Holder (3.3.1.6)
  • The name, postal address, e-mail address, voice telephone number, and (where available) fax number of the technical contact for the Registered Name (3.3.1.7); and
  • The name, postal address, e-mail address, voice telephone number, and (where available) fax number of the administrative contact for the Registered Name (3.3.1.8).

These data points are commonly referred to as Whois data. As discussed below, Registered Name Holders are required to provide a Registrar with timely updates to Whois data for a Registered Name. Upon receiving the update, a Registrar is to "promptly" update the Whois data. Registrars may contract out the maintenance of the public query function.

The RAA allows Registrars to provide bulk access to Whois data to third parties. When providing bulk access or access to the Whois data through the public query function, the Registrar is required to restrict access for high volume queries or other restrictions on uses of Whois data as specified in the RAA, including marketing activities and mass solicitations. If a Registrar contracts the public function query to an outside party, the Registrar must require any contractor providing the port 43 service to impose the same restrictions on access to and use of the Whois data.

Communications with Registered Name Holders

Registrars are required to maintain records of all communications with Registered Name Holders, as well as records of information provided to Registry Operators.

Escrow of Registered Name Holder Data

A Registrar is required to maintain a database of all Whois data for all Registered Names registered through the Registrar’s accreditation, as well as all data the Registrar submits to the Registry Operator. In addition, the Registrar must include in the database the name and (where available) postal address, e-mail address, voice telephone number, and fax number of the billing contact for each Registered Name.

In some instances, a registrant may choose to limit the amount of personal information that a Registrar makes available in a Whois query. To do so, the name may be registered through a privacy service (allowing a registrant to conceal personal identifying information and often replacing it with the information of the privacy service). Customers may also choose to register names through a proxy service, where the proxy service is the Registered Name Holder, and the proxy service licenses the use of the domain name to the customer. In that situation, the proxy service, as the Registered Name Holder, has its information listed for most or all required data points.

When a Registered Name is registered through a privacy or proxy registration service, that affects the information that is placed in the database, and a Registrar must do one of two things: The Registrar must either (1) include in the database the name and postal address, e-mail address, and voice telephone number provided by the customer in connection with each registration, even when a privacy or proxy registration is used; or (2) at the time that a customer elects to use a privacy or proxy registration service, display a notice that the customer’s data is not being escrowed. When a customer’s data is not being escrowed, only the contact information associated with the privacy or proxy registration service will be escrowed. If a customer’s data is not escrowed, and only the information of the proxy or privacy service is maintained in the database, in the event of Registrar or Registry failure future notices may only be sent to the contact information within the database.

Registrar Business Dealings with Registrants

The RAA imposes many requirements on a Registrar’s business dealings, including its dealings with Registered Name Holders.

A registrar may not activate a Registered Name until it receives reasonable assurance from the Registered Name Holder that the registration fee will be paid.

The RAA sets forth actions the Registrar may take at the conclusion of the registration period if a Registered Name Holder has not provided consent to renew the registration, including the Registrar cancelling the registration at the end of the current registration term. If the Registered Name Holder did not consent to renewal, the Registrar must make sure that a Registered Name is deleted from the Registry database within 45 days of the end of the registration term.

This right for the Registrar to cancel the registration and the obligation to the delete the domain name is not absolute. Section 3.7.5.1 of the RAA sets forth a list of potential "extenuating circumstances," that, if exist, allows the Registrar to renew the domain name even without the consent of the Registered Name Holder. These circumstances include the Registered Name being subject to a UDRP action, court order, bankruptcy proceeding, or billing dispute, among other items. The Registrar must keep a record of reasons why the Registrar renewed a registration without the consent of a Registered Name Holder.

Registrars have to provide each new registrant with notice of the Registrar’s deletion and auto-renewal policies. If the Registrar’s deletion policy changes during the time of the registration agreement, the Registrar has to make efforts to inform the registrants of those policy changes. Details of the deletion and auto-renewal policies have to be displayed on any website the Registrar operates for domain name registration and renewal, and the Registrar should also state on those sites any fee that will be charged for the recovery of a domain name during the Redemption Grace Period (the 30 day period of time during which the name is in "Pending Delete" status with the Registry).1

If a Registered Name is the subject of a UDRP dispute at the time of deletion or expiration of the registration, the UDRP complainant has the right to renew (or restore, in the case of a deletion) the domain name. If the complainant renews or restores the name, the Registrar must place the name in a HOLD or LOCK status,2and must modify the Whois information to show that the name is subject to dispute. Section 3.7.5.7 of RAAalso provides for a right for the original domain name registrant to recover or renew the name in the event the UDRP complaint is terminated without decision, or the UDRP complaint is decided in favor of the original domain name registrant.

The Registrar/Registered Name Holder Agreement

Registrars are required to enter into electronic or paper registration agreements with all Registered Name Holders. According to the RAA, the Registrar/Registered Name Holder Agreement must include – at minimum – the following items (as stated at Sections 3.7.7.1 – 12 of the RAA):

  • The Registered Name Holder must provide "accurate and reliable contact details" and must "promptly correct and update them" during the registration term. The details required are stated in Section 3.7.7.1.: "the full name, postal address, e-mail address, voice telephone number, and fax number if available of the Registered Name Holder; name of authorized person for contact purposes in the case of an Registered Name Holder that is an organization, association, or corporation; and the data elements listed in Subsections 3.3.1.2, 3.3.1.7 and 3.3.1.8."
  • If a Registered Name Holder intentionally provides inaccurate or unreliable information, intentionally fails to promptly update the information, or fails to respond over fifteen (15) days to Registrar inquiries about the accuracy of the contact details, the Registered Name Holder will be in material breach of the agreement and the registration may be cancelled.
  • Whoever is listed as the Registered Name Holder must provide full contact information, and is the Registered Name Holder of record. Sometimes a Registered Name Holder may register a domain name and then allow another person to use the domain name (such as a website designer registering a domain name for a client). If this happens, and the person actually using the name did not enter into the Registrar/Registered Name Holder Agreement (referred to as a "third party" in the RAA), the Registered Name Holder could be accountable for wrongful use of the domain name by the third party. This will happen if the Registered Name Holder is provided with "reasonable evidence of actionable harm" from the third party’s use of the domain name. In that situation the Registered Name Holder will "accept liability for harm caused by wrongful use of the Registered Name," unless the Registered Name Holder discloses the user’s identity and current contact information.
  • The Registrar must provide notice of how it intends to use data provided by the Registered Name Holder and who will received the Registered Name Holder’s data. The Registrar must also provide notice of how Registered Name Holders may access and update data. Additionally, the Registrar must identify which data points the Registered Name Holder must provide to the Registrar, and what information can be provided on a voluntary basis. The Registered Name Holder must consent to all of these data processing terms.
  • If a Registered Name Holder provides the Registrar with Personal Data on behalf of any person who did not enter into the Registrar/Registered Name Holder Agreement (the "third party" discussed above), the Registered Name Holder must confirm that it (1) provided those third-party individuals with the same data processing notices that the Registrar provides, and (2) received the same consents from the third party regarding the Registrar’s data processing terms.
  • A Registrar may only process the Registered Name Holder’s data as stated in the data processing notices described above.
  • A Registrar has to agree that it will take reasonable precautions to protect the Registered Name Holder’s data from "loss, misuse, unauthorized access or disclosure, alteration, or destruction."
  • Registered Name Holders must represent that: "to the best of the Registered Name Holder's knowledge and belief, neither the registration of the Registered Name nor the manner in which it is directly or indirectly used infringes the legal rights of any third party." This means that the Registered Name Holder must represent to the Registrar that the domain name is not being registered for use in a way that would violate the legal rights of others. An example of this "infringement" could be a registration of a domain name that violates a trademark or copyright held by someone that is not the Registered Name Holder.3
  • If there is a dispute in connection with the use of the registered name, the Registered Name Holder must agree to jurisdiction of the courts in at least one of two places: where the Registrar is located (often stated on the website or in the Registrar/Registered Name Holder Agreement) or the "Registered Name Holder's domicile." "Domicile" is a word with legally-specific meaning, but typically will be the location the Registered Name Holder provides to the Registrar in the required Personal Data. Agreeing to jurisdiction means that the Registered Name Holder agrees that the courts in those locations have the power to decide these types of cases.4
  • The Registered Name Holder must agree that its registration is subject to "suspension, cancellation, or transfer" for the reasons stated in Section 3.7.7.11. Those reasons include: if an ICANN adopted specification or policy requires it or if a registrar or registry procedure requires it "to correct mistakes by Registrar or the Registry Operator in registering the name or for the resolution of disputes concerning the Registered Name." For example, the UDRP is an ICANN adopted policy that specifies that an administrative panel hearing a domain name dispute could order that a domain name registration be suspended, transferred or cancelled, and the Registered Name Holder has to agree that this is a possibility.
  • The Registered Name Holder shall "indemnify and hold harmless the Registry Operator and its directors, officers, employees, and agents from and against any and all claims, damages, liabilities, costs, and expenses (including reasonable legal fees and expenses) arising out of or related to the Registered Name Holder's domain name registration." At its simplest, this means that if the Registry Operator (or its employees, etc.) for the registered name is sued because of the Registered Name Holder’s domain name registration, the Registered Name Holder will pay the Registry Operator for all fees and expenses in defending against the suit as well as pay for any judgments or liabilities awarded. This "indemnification" is not solely limited to court cases.

Verification of contact information

As described in more detail below, there are specifications and policies that may be created and that apply to the Registrars. Some of the specifications or policies may address a Registrar's obligation to verify the contact information supplied by the Registered Name Holder when the domain is first registered, as well as setting out requirements for periodic re-verification of contact information.

Registrars are also required to take "reasonable steps" to verify contact information in the event any person notifies the Registrar that contact information for a Registered Name is inaccurate. The Registrar also has obligations to act to correct inaccuracies in contact information that the Registrar becomes aware of, even if the inaccuracy was not reported by anyone.

The Registrar must also maintain proper contact information for itself, including a valid email and mailing address. This contact information should be posted on the Registrar’s website.

Reseller arrangements

The RAA imposes obligations on Registrars working with third-party Resellers – persons or entities that the Registrar contracts with to provide Registrar Services. The RAA now requires Registrars to include specific items in the Registrar/Reseller Agreements, including: prohibiting the Reseller from making representations that it is accredited by ICANN; requiring that all Reseller registration agreements include all provisions that the Registrar is required to include in its Registrar/Registered Name Holder Agreement; requiring the posting of all links to all ICANN websites that the Registrar is obligated to post; and identification of the sponsoring registrar. The Reseller is also required to make sure that that if a customer is using a Reseller’s privacy or proxy registration service for a domain name registration, the Reseller does one of the following three things: (1) deposit the identity and contact information of the customer with the Registrar; (2) deposit the identity and contact information in escrow; or (3) posts a notice to the customer that their contact information is not being escrowed.

The RAA also requires the Registrar to take compliance and enforcement action against a Reseller violating any of the required provisions.

Other Policies/Specifications

The Restored Names Accuracy Policy (http://www.icann.org/en/registrars/rnap.htm) requires that when a registrar restores a name (from the redemption grace period) that had been deleted on the basis of submission of false contact data or non-response to registrar inquiries, the name must be placed on Registrar Hold status until the registrant has provided updated and accurate Whois information.

In addition to the RAA requirement that a Registered Name Holder represent that to the best of its knowledge, the registration or use of the domain name does not infringe on the legal rights of others, the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy ("UDRP") requires that same representation to be made, as well as a representation that the domain name is not being registered for an unlawful purpose, and will not be used in violation of any applicable laws.

The UDRP also requires Registered Name Holders to submit to mandatory administrative proceedings to resolve disputes under the UDRP. These mandatory administrative proceedings, as described in the UDRP, are disputes that are filed before one of the ICANN approved UDRP dispute resolution providers (listed at http://www.icann.org/en/dndr/udrp/approved-providers.htm) and following the uniform Rules for UDRPadministrative proceedings (set out at http://www.icann.org/en/dndr/udrp/uniform-rules.htm). The requirement for submission to mandatory administrative proceedings does not mean that Registered Name Holders cannot also have judicial proceedings filed against them for the same or similar conduct. Similar to the jurisdictional requirements set out in the RAA, the requirement to submit to a mandatory administrative proceeding means that the Registered Name Holder cannot dispute the UDRP provider’s ability to hear a dispute that is otherwise properly brought under the UDRP.

The Policy on Transfers of Registrations between Registrars provides that Registered Name Holders have the right to transfer domain name registrations among registrars. The transfer policy imposes time limits on when the Registrar must respond to a transfer request. The right to transfer is not absolute – there are ICANN and Registry policies that may set limits on the transfer right, including: limitations on when a domain name may be transferred (measured from dates of creation or earlier transfer); and the Registered Name Holder providing of required authorization and documentation for Registrar review. The Registrar of Record may only deny a transfer in the following instances:

  • Evidence of fraud
  • UDRP action
  • Court order by a court of competent jurisdiction
  • Reasonable dispute over the identity of the Registered Name Holder or Administrative Contact
  • No payment for previous registration period (including credit card charge-backs) if the domain name is past its expiration date or for previous or current registration periods if the domain name has not yet expired. In all such cases, however, the domain name must be put into "Registrar Hold" status by the Registrar of Record prior to the denial of transfer.
  • Express written objection to the transfer from the Transfer Contact. (e.g. - email, fax, paper document or other processes by which the Transfer Contact has expressly and voluntarily objected through opt-in means)
  • A domain name was already in "lock status" provided that the Registrar provides a readily accessible and reasonable means for the Registered Name Holder to remove the lock status.
  • The transfer was requested within 60 days of the creation date as shown in the registry Whois record for the domain name.
  • A domain name is within 60 days (or a lesser period to be determined) after being transferred (apart from being transferred back to the original Registrar in cases where both Registrars so agree and/or where a decision in the dispute resolution process so directs).

1 A graphic representation of the life cycle of a typical gTLD Registered Name is located at http://www.icann.org/en/registrars/gtld-lifecycle.htm. This diagram may be useful to refer to for more information on the post-expiration status of domain names.

2 There are formal technical names for domain name statuses, arising out of the community-based Internet draft Request for Comments. The statuses required here are set by the Registrar. When a registration is in one of these statuses, the domain cannot be deleted and the registration cannot be modified. The Registrar must alter the status in order for any modification to occur.

3 There are many other potential ways to "infringe the legal rights" of others, and potential Registered Name Holders are encouraged to seek independent advice if they are concerned that the registration or use of a domain name may violate someone else’s rights.

4 There could be other jurisdictions that are able to decide a dispute about the use of a registered name, but those additional jurisdictions are not specified in the RAA.

Ref. : https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/responsibilities-2014-03-14-en 

Customer Hosting Product Agreement Extention

CUSTOMER HOSTING PRODUCT AGREEMENT EXTENSION

 

7Digital.Solutions® (7DS) (hereinafter referred to as "Parent") AND you (hereinafter referred to as "Customer")

 

HAVE

 

entered into a Customer Master Agreement effective from date of start of provision of services / customer sign up, of which this "Customer Hosting Product Agreement Extension" is a part.

 

WHEREAS Parent provides Web, Virtual Private Server (VPS) and Email Hosting Services;

 

WHEREAS the Customer wishes to place an Order for Web, VPS and/or Email Hosting Services ("Hosting Order") through the Parent;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the mutual promises, benefits and covenants contained herein and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt, adequacy and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, Parent and the Customer, intending to be legally bound, hereby agree as follows:

 

1. Rights of Parent

While certain attributes of the Hosting Order may consist of unlimited resources, Customer recognizes that the Hosting Order is a shared hosting service, and that the Parent has the right in its sole discretion to apply any hard limits on any specific attribute or resource on the Hosting Order at any given time without notice in order to prevent degradation of its services, or incase of any breach or violation or threatened breach or violation of this Agreement, or incase Parent learns of a possibility of breach or violation of this Agreement which Parent in its sole discretion determines to be appropriate, or to protect the integrity and stability of the Parent Products and the 7DS, or to avoid any liability, civil or criminal, on the part of Parent and/or Service Providers, or for any other appropriate reason. The Customer agrees that Parent and Service Providers, and the contractors, employees, directors, officers, representatives, agents and affiliates, of Parent and Service Providers, are not liable for loss or damages that may result from any of the above.

 

2. Terms of Usage

Customer, or its contractors, employees, directors, officers, representatives, agents and affiliates and 7DS Users, either directly or indirectly, shall not use or permit use of the Hosting Order, in violation of this Agreement, and for any of the activities described below -

 

A. General Terms

 

(1) For any unacceptable or inappropriate material as determined by Parent in its sole discretion, including but not limited to Topsites, IRC Scripts/Bots, Proxy Scripts/Anonymizers, Pirated Software/Warez, Image Hosting Scripts (similar to Photobucket or Tinypic), AutoSurf/PTC/PTS/PPC sites, IP Scanners, Bruteforce Programs/Scripts/Applications, Mail Bombers/Spam Scripts, Banner-Ad services (commercial banner ad rotation), File Dump/Mirror Scripts (similar to rapidshare), Commercial Audio Streaming (more than one or two streams), Escrow/Bank Debentures, High-Yield Interest Programs (HYIP) or Related Sites, Investment Sites (FOREX, E-Gold Exchange, Second Life/Linden Exchange, Ponzi, MLM/Pyramid Scheme), Sale of any controlled substance without prior proof of appropriate permit(s), Prime Banks Programs, Lottery Sites, MUDs/RPGs/PPBGs, Hateful/Racist/Harassment oriented sites, Hacker focused sites/archives/programs, Sites promoting illegal activities, Forums and/or websites that distribute or link to warez/pirated/illegal content, Bank Debentures/Bank Debenture Trading Programs, Fraudulent Sites (Including, but not limited to sites listed at aa419.org & escrow-fraud.com), Mailer Pro.

 

(2) Use over 25% of system resources, including but not limited to Memory, CPU, Disk, Network, and Bandwidth capacity, for longer than 90 seconds in any consecutive 3 hour period;

 

(3) Execute long-running, stand-alone, unattended server-side processes, bots or daemons;

 

(4) Run any type of web spiders or indexers;

 

(5) Run any software that interfaces with an IRC (Internet Relay Chat) network;

 

(6) Run, host, or store any P2P client, tracker, software, server, files, content or application, including bittorrent;

 

(7) Participate in any P2P or file-sharing networks;

 

(8) Use excessive resources which in the Parent's sole discretion result in damage or degradation to the performance, usage, or experience of 7DS, other users, other orders, and any of Parent's services;

 

(9) Use the email service for sending or receiving unsolicited emails;

 

(10) Use the email service for sending or receiving emails through automated scripts hosted on your website. For sending out promotional emails, email campaigns, etc., we recommend using the Mailing Lists feature rather than using your email account. Upon detection of such mails going through the regular mailing system, such mails will get classified as spam even though the recipient might have opted in for receiving such mails. This would lead to immediate cessation of mail sending capabilities for the user or the domain name. Frequent violation would lead to permanent suspension of the domain name;

 

(11) Sending mails to invalid recipient email addresses. On receipt of too many bounce back messages due to invalid recipient email addresses, the user sending such mails would get blocked. Frequent violation would lead to permanent suspension of the domain name;

 

(12) Sending mails from an email address that is not valid and which results in triple bounces would result in suspension of the user sending such mails. Frequent violation would lead to permanent suspension of the domain name;

 

(13) Send emails with malicious content. Such emails could be emanating from user(s) whose machine(s) are infected with a virus or malware and such activity could be happening without the user(s) knowledge or user(s) could be unknowingly sending out emails whose receivers may deem them as unsolicited;

 

(14) Run cron entries with intervals of less than 20 minutes;

 

(15) Engage in any activities related to purchase, sale or mining of currencies such as Bitcoin;

 

B. Web, Email Hosting Specific terms

 

(1) As a backup/storage device;

 

(2) Run any gaming servers;

 

(3) Store over 20,000 files;

 

(4) Constantly create and delete large numbers of files on a regular basis, or cause file system damage;

 

(5) Run any MySQL queries longer than 10 seconds;

 

(6) Divide Multi-Domain Hosting Orders into smaller packages to resell. Multi-Domain Hosting Orders can only be used by a single Company or Customer to host websites that are fully owned by them. Certain relevant Documents, other than domain name whois details, with respect to company and domain names/website ownership will need to be presented when requested. Having the same whois details for all domain names in your Multi-Domain Hosting Order will not be enough to substantiate ownership;

 

(7) Store a large number of media files (audio, video, etc.), wherein the limit is at Parent's sole discretion;

 

(8) Send over 100 messages per hour per user and/or 300 messages per hour for a domain name. Receive a high volume of emails, by a user or domain name, in any given period of time;

 

(9) Purchase/use a Dedicated IP Address without installing an SSL Certificate;

 

(10) Violate the above Terms of Usage for a Hosting Order which comprises of the Do-It-Yourself website builder powered by Jigsy.com or other similar services available on 7DS Platform;

 

(11) Use more than 50% of the website's disk space used by your Hosting order for storing emails;

 

(12) Use a WHMCS license issued by the Parent with any product/service other than the one for which it was issued;

 

(13) Store more than two website backup files.

 

(14) Use more than 3GB per database.

 

C. Additional Terms

 

a. WordPress Hosting:

Wordpress Hosting uses a specialized server configuration to deliver an optimized WordPress hosting experience. Due to this custom configuration, the following additional terms apply to Managed Wordpress Hosting accounts:

 

(1) Wordpress Hosting is intended only for use with the WordPress software platform. The use of Wordpress Hosting with any non-WordPress related software is unsupported and such use may not operate in accordance with the description of the service.

 

(2) Some WordPress add-on software is designed to function only on specific server configurations. Before installing any such software, customers are advised to contact Technical Support to ensure the desired add-on software will function in the Wordpress Hosting environment. 7DS will not be responsible for losses of any kind or downtime resulting from the installation of incompatible add-on software.

 

(3) Domain names hosted on Wordpress Hosting servers must use 7DS name servers for DNS resolution.

 

(4) We reserve the right to deny customer requests for changes to the standard Wordpress Hosting configuration when we believe, in our sole discretion, that such changes to the configuration will severely inhibit the performance of the server.

 

(5) By installing WordPress, Subscriber acknowledges and agrees to (1) the Automattic Terms of Service located at (https://en.wordpress.com/tos/) with respect to Subscriber's use of all Automattic products and services; and (2) the Automattic Privacy Policy located at (http://automattic.com/privacy/), including without limitation, Automattic's collection of Subscriber's data in accordance with the terms of its Privacy Policy.

                   

Any other T&C that is made / amended / added by the Parent from time to time related to the use of 7DS Platform / Environment. 

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