The acceptable use policy is outlined here: All customers must read and agree to the terms set forth in the Acceptable Use Policy as well as this Policy The customer is 18 years of age or older. The Customer indemnifies and will hold harmless Mid Air Communications and its successors and assigns, from any and all copyright, trademark, patent or any other legal liability arising out of the use of this service. Breach of this Agreement by Customer may result in immediate termination of services in addition to liability for any and all damages, including attorney fees and costs. The Customer is solely responsible for limiting access to objectionable materials that may be on the Internet. Mid Air Communications takes no responsibility or liability for unauthorized viewing of said materials by minors or any other persons. This agreement is and shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania applicable to agreements made and performed in Pennsylvania. Any cause of action of a Customer or its designated user with respect to the Service must be instituted within one year after the claim or cause of action has arisen or be barred. Any Mid Air Communications Service purchased by a non-commercial entity is provided to the Customer for their private non-commercial use. Acceptable Use PolicyAll Mid Air Communications customers and all others who use the service (the “user”, “users”, “customer”, “customers” “you” or “your”) must comply with this Policy. Your failure to comply with the terms outlined in this Policy may result in the suspension or cancellation of the Service Agreement. If you do not agree with the terms of this Policy, immediately stop the use of any and all Mid Air Communications services and notify Mid Air Communications so that it can close your account. Use of any Mid Air Communications services constitutes an agreement to abide by the Policy. Unlawful ActivityGenerally Mid Air Communications prohibits any activities that are illegal, fraudulent, infringes on the rights of any person or entity, or interferes with the use and enjoyment of the Service by others. This includes but is not limited to the examples listed below: Use of the service to:
Transmit, receive, store, post, or otherwise disseminate any defamatory, obscene, libelous, unlawful, or threatening data, information, or material.
In any way disseminate any material, data, or information that any reasonable person could deem as unlawful, or could constitute a criminal offense, or in any way violates any local, state, or federal law.
Infringe in any manner the copyright or proprietary rights of any rights holders.
Download or in any way distribute any copyrighted material without the express permission of the copyright holder.
Engage in unsolicited bulk or commercial email messages (“spam”).
Perform any activity that disrupts the servers, services, or network of LightSpeed or any other entity, commonly referred to as a denial of service attacks.
Restrict, inhibit, or otherwise diminish with the ability of any person or entity, regardless of intent, purpose or knowledge, to use or enjoy the Service (with the exception of tools designed for safety, such as firewall or parental control software).
Falsify, alter, or remove message headers or packet headers or in any way alter normal network operations.
Impersonate any person or entity by name or other identifier in messages, engage in sender address falsification, forge anyone else’s digital or manual signature, or perform any other similar fraudulent activity, commonly referred to as “phishing”.
Violate the terms of service, acceptable use, rules, regulations, or policies of any service, network, system, server, or application you access or use.
Access any entities computer, network, data, or software without the consent of the owner; bypass or attempt to breach any security measures of any computer, network, service, or account. This includes but is not limited to using another entities credentials to which you are not authorized, accessing data not intended for you, and any unauthorized port scanning.
Obtain, distribute, or use any tools or devices designed or commonly used for compromising the security of computers, networks, or software. This includes but is not limited to password generators, decoders, packet sniffers, keystroke loggers, cracking tools, and Trojan Horse programs.
perform any service, alterations, or modifications with the Mid Air Communications equipment or Service or permit any other person to do such who is not authorized by Mid Air Communications.
Redistribute or resell the service or otherwise make the service available to anyone outside the premises. This includes wired and wireless networking technologies.
Use the service as an Internet service provider, whether or not for profit.
Hosting and Servers on Residential accounts Residential accounts are provided for the use of internet services on computers and networked devices at the premises where the internet service is installed. The Residential service can not be used to:
Use dedicated, stand-alone equipment or servers from the Premises that provide content or services to anyone outside of the Premises.
Use programs from the Premises that provide content or services to anyone outside of your premises.
Use of encryption technologies to mask the presence of servers or server software.
Use of the service for any business enterprise or purpose, whether or not for profit.
Responsibility for EquipmentThe customer’s premise equipment, hereafter referred to as CPE (sometimes referred to as a modem) is provided by Mid Air Communications for use by the customer for the purposes of enjoying the Service. A fee is payed each month that the account is active for the rental of the CPE. The CPE remains the property of Mid Air Communications . Mid Air Communications will replace the CPE in the event that it is defective in the normal use of the Internet service. Improper use or handling of the CPE, or in the event that the CPE is lost or stolen additional charges for replacement including but not limited to equipment costs and labor costs will be the responsibility of the customer. Access to the configuration interfaces, including web based and command-line configuration is prohibited except when performed by a Mid Air Communications agent or employee. Any other entity that accesses the configuration of the CPE may require that the CPE be re-provisioned by aMid Air Communications employee at the customer’s expense.