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Corporate Network Dynamics, Inc., and/or its parents,
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without limitation, pursuant to U.S. and foreign copyright and trademark laws.
By accessing this Web Site, you agree to the following terms and conditions. If
you do not agree, you have no right or license to access and/or use this Web
Site and should not do so.
The Following Terms and Conditions Apply
To This and all Web Site Hosted by CND Networks:
1. This Web Site and the material on this Web Site, including but not limited
to the text of any manuscripts provided on the Web Site (the "Manuscript"), may
not be modified, copied, distributed, republished, downloaded, uploaded or
commercially exploited in any manner without the prior written consent of CND.
No intellectual property or other rights in and to the Web Site, the material
on this Web Site and the Manuscript are transferred to you.
2. CND MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THIS WEB SITE,
ITS CONTENTS OR THE MANUSCRIPT, WHICH ARE PROVIDED FOR USE "AS IS" AND IS
WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. CND DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF TITLE,
NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, WITH
RESPECT TO THE WEB SITE, ITS CONTENTS, THE MANUSCRIPT AND ANY WEB SITE WITH
WHICH THIS WEB SITE IS LINKED. CND ALSO MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES
AS TO WHETHER THE INFORMATION ACCESSIBLE VIA THIS WEB SITE, INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO THE MANUSCRIPT, OR ANY WEB SITE WITH WHICH THIS WEB SITE IS LINKED,
IS ACCURATE, COMPLETE, OR CURRENT. Any Manuscript provided on the Web Site is
a draft and has not been subject to a final review for accuracy, technical or
otherwise. Further, the Manuscript may concern a Beta Release Product that is
currently under development, has not yet been finalized or released and which
is subject to change without notice. It is your responsibility to evaluate the
accuracy and completeness of all information, opinions and other material in or
on this Web Site, the Manuscript or any Web Site with which this Web Site is
linked. We invite you to comment on any portions of any Manuscript provided on
this Web Site.
3. To the fullest extent permitted by applicable laws, in no event shall CND
or its officers, directors, employees, agents, suppliers, and contractors be
liable for any damages of any kind or character including without limitation
any compensatory, incidental, direct, indirect, special, punitive, or
consequential damages, loss of use, loss of data, loss caused by a virus, loss
of income or profit, loss of or damage to property, claims of third parties, or
other losses of any kind or character, even if CND has been advised of the
possibility of such damages or losses, arising out of or in connection with the
use of this Web Site, its contents, the Manuscript or any Web Site with which
this Web Site is linked. You assume total responsibility for establishing such
procedures for data back up and virus checking as you consider necessary.
The following terms and conditions apply
to all Postings on this Web
4. Portions of this Web Site may provide users an opportunity to post and
exchange information, ideas and opinions ("Postings"). BE ADVISED THAT CND
DOES NOT SCREEN, EDIT, OR REVIEW POSTINGS PRIOR TO THEIR APPEARANCE ON THIS WEB
SITE, and Postings do not necessarily reflect the views of CND. In no event
shall CND assume or have any responsibility or any liability for the Postings
or for any claims, damages or losses resulting from their use and/or appearance
on this Web Site.
5. CND reserves the right to monitor all Postings and to remove any which it
considers in its absolute discretion to be unlawful, offensive or otherwise in
breach of these terms and conditions.
6. You hereby represent and warrant that you have all necessary rights in and
to all Postings you provide and all material they contain; that such Postings
shall not infringe any proprietary or other rights of third parties; that such
Postings shall not contain any viruses or other contaminating or destructive
devices or features; that material contained in Postings shall not be
defamatory, indecent, offensive, tortious, or otherwise unlawful; and that
Postings shall not be used to carry out or solicit any unlawful activity and/or
be used to make commercial solicitations.
7. You hereby authorize CND to use and/or authorize others to use all or part
of your Postings in any manner, format or medium that CND or such other parties
see fit. You shall have no claim or other recourse against CND for
infringement of any proprietary right in Postings.
Corporate Network Dynamics, Rules
You are responsible for your account. This means that we expect you to
maintain a reasonable degree of security and not to share your password
or leave it where others can make use of it. Unless we have some reason
to believe that your account has been broken into by means essentially
beyond your control, we have to hold you responsible for anything done
under your login or from your dialup-IP host.
You may NOT:
- Do anything illegal or anything that adversely affects
CND's legal interests.
- Share your password with anyone or allow anyone else to use your
personal use account except in your immediate presence, nor login more
than once at a time on your personal account.
- Tamper with other accounts, or commit unauthorized intrusion into
any part of CND's system or use any of CND's machines, files or
accounts to intrude without authorization into any other system
- Use CND services not included in your subscription or devise ways
to circumvent security so you have access to services you haven't paid
for (theft of services).
- Use the system (willfully or negligently) in a manner that
encumbers disk space, processors or other system resources so as to
interfere with others' normal use of services on CND or on other
systems (a "denial of services" attack).
- Create or participate in chain letters or pyramid schemes.
- Send unsolicited mass mailings or unsolicited subscriptions
with a "negative option" for continuation. (The negative option
is one where you invite people who do not wish to receive further
mailings to reply to you.) If you use a mass mailing from another
site to promote a service that we host, we may disable that service.
- Spam the net with commercial or non-commercial postings.
- Maliciously or wantonly flood newsgroups.
How do I report unsolicited mail?
If you've been "spammed" by someone you don't know, don't reply to the sender or follow any removal instructions that might be included. Instead, complain to the sender's ISP.
Before it ever reaches your Inbox, each piece of email must be sent from a server. Most server administrators are responsible and don't want their machines used for spamming. ISPs typically have policies prohibiting spamming through their accounts. Once they are notified that a user has been abusing their account, many ISPs will shut down the offender.
How do you find out whom to contact? Look at the domain. This is the part after the "@" sign in an email address or the last part of the server name in a URL. For example, the URL of http://www.abc-bds.bogus.net/somepage.html has a domain of "bogus.net."
Once you know the domain, email the entire message (including full headers) to "abuse@" that domain name and explain your situation. For example, if you received spam from firstname.lastname@example.org, send the original email and your complaint to email@example.com. The ISP may have further requirements, but this is the person or group you need to contact.
If the spam or abusive email is being sent from a cnd.net! Mail account (i.e., firstname.lastname@example.org), please forward an unedited copy of the following information to email@example.com for us to evaluate and take appropriate action per our Terms of Service. Make sure to include:
The original subject line
Complete headers -- Email programs often display abbreviated headers. Learn more about headers.
The complete message body
If your report is missing any one of these items, it may take longer for the cnd.net! Mail Abuse Team to properly investigate and take appropriate action.
How do I find out who sent the email?
Governmental law strictly limits the information that online service providers like cnd.net! may disclose about their users. However, the email message itself does contain some information relating to the sender's identity. In the headers of email messages sent via cnd.net! Mail, an Internet Protocol (IP) address that corresponds to the sender's Internet service provider (ISP) is included.
Provided that you have opted to display "full headers" in your email application, you should find a line in the email message that contains an 8 to 12 digit number, separated by periods. It should look something like this:
Received: from [184.108.40.206] by . . .
The "220.127.116.11" represents the unique IP address of the sender's ISP. Once you have identified the IP address, you can run a search to determine which ISP provides this person with Internet access.
There are several utilities available on the web to run a search. Here's one web site where the utility will try to determine the actual computer that uses the IP address:
If the spam or abusive email is being sent from a cnd.net! Mail account, please forward an unedited copy of the message with full headers to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will evaluate the situation and take action as per our Terms of Service. Spamming from a cnd.net! Mail account is not acceptable.
Policies / Terms of Service
Terms of Payment
All Service, must be paid for in full within five (5) business days
of activation of Service to insure that Service is not disconnected
due to customer's failure for payment of Service. Acceptable forms of
payment are ["Money order or check"]. No post-dated checks will be accepted.
(YOU) Customer is responsible for insuring that your account (CND customer's) is
current regardless of prior notification and that proper remittance has been made to CND,
Failure to pay for services will result in
suspension or termination of service. CND
shall not be responsible for lost, misdirected, or misaddressed
mail. Termination of service may occur without prior notification.
CND neither assumes nor accepts any liability for any loss, damage that
may result from termination of service regardless of the grounds on
which the service was terminated.
* Including and NOT limited to PASS DUE Accounts.
Legal General Disclaimer
Corporate Network Dynamics, Inc. neither assumes nor accepts any
liability for any loss, damage, theft, misuse, malfunction, etc.
of your hardware or data or anything else that you may own regardless
of the cause or reason for any such misfortune. By doing business with
CND you agree that you do so at your risk
and shall hold us harmless in the unlikely event that anything bad,
or undesirable should happen with any and or all service.
Liability & Limitations:
CND Networks is not liable for any costs, expenses, losses, or damages,
either general, special, actual, consequential, or incidental, that you may
suffer or that some other person may suffer and claim against you resulting
from the following: use, misuse, or service outage; customer premise hardware;
your actions or activities, whether legal or illegal; the actions or activities
of any other CND Network scustomer, whether legal or illegal; or any other
services provided by CND Networks. In no event
shall CND Networks be liable to you under this Agreement or in relation to any
matters in any way connected with this Agreement in an amount that exceeds the
Monthly service “fees” you have paid in the preceding “Month”.
CND Networks has the right to terminate your service at its sole discretion
It is the sole responsibility of the customer to become familiarized
with any and all policies, terms, and conditions that are setforth
herein. These policies, terms, and conditions may be subject to
change without notice.
Last modified: Jan 29, 2009