This Policy represents

Trinity Data Services

Acceptable Use Policy

applicable to you and your subsidiaries and

supersedes any other written or oral
Policy. Upon notice published on-line via Trinity Data's web
page we may modify the Policy, amplify the Policy, as well
as discontinue or change services offered.

We reserve the right to revise this Policy at any time.

This AUP was last updated: 1 June 2005

By using any of the services offered by us, you are bound
by and must comply with this Policy in its entirety.
Violations of the guidelines, delineated below, will result in
cancellation of your services or such other action as we, in
our sole discretion, may deem appropriate.

I. System and Network Security

1.You may not tamper with other accounts, or commit
unauthorized intrusion into any part of our system, or
use any of our machines, files, accounts, networks to
intrude without authorization into any other system.

2.You may not use any of our services not included in
your account, nor devise ways to circumvent security
in order to access services you are not paying for.
This clause includes, but is not limited to, the
scanning of our network or other networks with intent
to breach and/or evaluate security.

3.You may not use the system in a manner that
encumbers disk space, processors or other system
resources beyond those allowed by the specific type
of account. You may not make deliberate attempts
to interfere with a service, overload a service nor
attempt to disable a host.

4.We will react strongly to the use or attempted use of
Internet services or systems without the owner’s
authorization. This clause includes, but is not limited
to, password cracking, defrauding others into
releasing their passwords, denial-of-service attacks
(sending packets with an illegal packet size, UDP
flooding, ping-flooding, half-open TCP connection
flooding, etc.). Additionally, you may not use
programs, scripts, commands nor send messages
with the intent to interfere with a user’s terminal

II. Email

1.You may not send unsolicited e-mail to any account
that has not specifically requested such unsolicited
information or that causes complaints from the
recipients of such unsolicited e-mail. Our services
should not be used to send unsolicited advertising
messages to other network users. You may not
flood/spam newsgroups with commercial or
non-commercial postings.

2.You may not continue to send commercial e-mail to
a recipient if recipient has requested that you
discontinue such communication.

3.We prohibit the transmission of e-mail that is
harassing, libelous, defamatory, legally obscene or
pornographic, threatening, abusive or hateful to
non-consenting recipients.

4.The forwarding or propagation of chain letters of any
type (including charity requests or petitions for
signatures) is impermissible.

5."Mailbombing" (i.e. flooding a user or site with large
or numerous e-mail messages) is strictly prohibited.

6.You may not forge header information.

7.We prohibit the use of your account, or network
connection, to collect replies of messages sent from
any another provider that violates the rules of this
Policy or those of the originating provider.

8.The rules and regulations contained within this
Policy apply to other means of Internet-based
transmissions, including, but not limited to Internet
fax or Internet phone.

Violation of the "AUP" will result in the levy of a fine in the amount of $500 to your account and cancellation of your use of our service. Any variation of this policy will be up to the discretion of Integrity Online and it's management.

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