Acceptable use policy
Last Modified: December 10, 2020
This Acceptable Use Policy (this “Policy”) applies to the use of Healthelife’s Software as a Service offering in which Healthelife hosts its software for your use (the “Service”). This Policy is in addition to any other terms and conditions under which Healthelife provides the Service to you.
Healthelife may make reasonable modifications to this Policy from time to time by posting a new version of this document on the Healthelife website. Revisions are effective immediately upon posting. Accordingly, we recommend that you visit the Healthelife website regularly to ensure that your activities conform to the most recent version.
Questions about this Policy (e.g., whether any contemplated use is permitted) and reports of violations of this Policy should be directed to email@example.com.
The examples listed in this Policy are not exhaustive. Prohibited uses and activities include, without limitation, any use of the Service in a manner that, in Healthelife’s reasonable judgment, involves, facilitates, or attempts any of the following:
Conduct & information restrictions
- violating any law of, or committing conduct that is tortuous or unlawful in, any applicable jurisdiction;
- displaying, performing, sending, receiving or storing any content that is obscene, pornographic, lewd, lascivious, or excessively violent, regardless of whether the material or its dissemination is unlawful;
- advocating or encouraging violence against any government, organization, group, individual or property, or providing instruction, information, or assistance in causing or carrying out such violence, regardless of whether such activity is unlawful;
- uploading, posting, publishing, transmitting, reproducing, creating derivative works of, or distributing in any way information, software or other material obtained through the Service or otherwise that is protected by copyright, trade secret or other intellectual property right, without obtaining any required permission of the owner;
- deleting or altering author attributions, copyright notices, or trademark notices, unless expressly permitted in writing by the owner;
- transmitting highly sensitive personal information of an individual in a manner that can be associated with the individual, such as Social Security number, government-issued identification number, health or medical information, credit card or debit card number, financial account information, access codes and PINS, or date of birth;
- obtaining unauthorized access to any system, network, service, or account;
- interfering with service to any user, site, account, system, or network by use of any program, script, command, or otherwise;
- evading spam filters, or sending or posting a message or e-mail with deceptive, absent, or forged header or sender identification information;
- transmitting unsolicited bulk or commercial messages commonly known as “spam;”
- sending very large numbers of copies of the same or substantially similar messages, empty messages, or messages which contain no substantive content, or send very large messages or files that disrupts a server, account, blog, newsgroup, chat, or similar service;
- participating in the collection of very large numbers of e-mail addresses, screen names, or other identifiers of others (without their prior consent), a practice sometimes known as spidering or harvesting, or participate in the use of software (including “spyware”) designed to facilitate this activity;
- falsifying, altering, or removing message headers;
- impersonating any person or entity, engage in sender address falsification, forge anyone else’s digital or manual signature, or perform any other similar fraudulent activity (for example, “phishing”).
- accessing any other person’s computer or computer system, network, software, or data without his or her knowledge and consent; breaching the security of another user or system; or attempting to circumvent the user authentication or security of any host, network, or account. This includes, but is not limited to, accessing data not intended for you, logging into or making use of a server or account you are not expressly authorized to access, or probing the security of other hosts, networks, or accounts without express permission to do so;
- using or distributing tools or devices designed or used for compromising security or whose use is otherwise unauthorized, such as password guessing programs, decoders, password gatherers, keystroke loggers, analyzers, cracking tools, packet sniffers, encryption circumvention devices, or Trojan Horse programs;
- copying, distributing, or sub-licensing any proprietary software provided in connection with the Service by Healthelife;
- altering, modifying, or tampering with the Service or permitting any other person to do the same who is not authorized by Healthelife;
Network & usage restrictions
- restricting, inhibiting, or otherwise interfering with the ability of any other entity, to use or enjoy the Service, including posting or transmitting any information or software which contains a worm, virus, or other harmful feature, or generating levels of traffic sufficient to impede others’ ability to use, send, or retrieve information;
- restricting, inhibiting, interfering with, or otherwise disrupting or cause a performance degradation to the Service or any Healthelife host, server, backbone network, node or service, or otherwise cause a performance degradation to any Healthelife facilities used to deliver the Service; or
- interfering with computer networking or telecommunications service to any user, host or network, including, without limitation, denial of service attacks, flooding of a network, overloading a service, improper seizing and abusing operator privileges, and attempts to “crash” a host.
This Policy is in addition to any other terms and conditions under which Healthelife provides the Service to you.
HEALTHELIFE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO NOTIFY ITS CUSTOMERS OF ANY INFORMATION THAT AFFECTS THE SECURITY OF THE SERVICE.