|Message.com encourages you to use
our service as long as you abide by the
Message.com Terms of Service and
Message.com's prohibition on spamming
and unethical marketing activities. The
following are some examples of spamming
that may violate the Terms of Service
and Message.com's Universal Spam Policy:
- Manipulating identifiers, such as
email headers, to disguise the origin
of any content transmitted to or
through Message.com computer systems.
- Relaying email from a third
party's mail servers without the
permission of that third party.
- Using or causing to be used
Message.com computer systems to
facilitate the transmission of
unsolicited or unauthorized material.
This includes any promotional
materials, URLs, "junk mail," "chain
letters," "pyramid schemes," or any
other form of unauthorized
solicitation that you may upload,
post, email, transmit, or otherwise
- Using "robots" or otherwise
harvesting other's email addresses
from the Message.com site for purposes
of sending unsolicited or unauthorized
- Uploading, posting, emailing, or
transmitting the same message, URL, or
post multiple times.
- Disrupting the normal flow of
dialogue, or causing the screen to
"scroll" faster than other users of
the service are able to type, or
otherwise acting in a manner that
negatively affects other users'
ability to engage in real-time
Certain Message.com services may have
additional spam guidelines explaining
appropriate conduct for those services.
Those additional policies are
incorporated by reference into the
Message.com Universal Spam Policy. It is
the user's responsibility to check each
property's guidelines for additional
details regarding spam.
Violations of our Terms of Service or
this Universal Spam Policy may result in
legal action against you and the
termination, without notice, of your
Message.com ID and/or anything
associated with it, including, but not
limited to, email accounts, clubs,
posts, home pages, and profiles. Nothing
in this policy is intended to grant any
right to transmit email to or through
Message.com computer systems.
Message.com does not waive any rights by
the failure to enforce this policy in
every instance in which it might apply.
NOTICE: Sending unsolicited email
advertisements to or through Message.com
computer systems will use or cause to be
used Message.com servers located in
California. Any unauthorized use of
Message.com computer systems is a
violation of the Message.com Terms of
Service, Universal Spam Policy, and
certain federal and state laws,
including the Computer Fraud and Abuse
Act (18 U.S.C. ｧ 1030 et seq.), Section
502 of the California Penal Code, and
Section 17538.45 of the California
Business and Professions Code. Such
violations may subject the sender and
his or her agents to civil and criminal
report violations of this Universal
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