UCE/UBE Policy for piglet-net.net

This sets out the UCE/UBE (Unsolicited Bulk/Commercial e-mail) Policy for all mail addresses associated with the piglet-net.net domain.

The users of these addresses will not purchase products or services from companies which send UCE/UBE. Any person or organisation sending UCE/UBE to a piglet-net.net address after 1st October 2002 should note that in doing so they (and their agents) agree to security evaluations of any hosts used for the transmission of the mail concerned (as a service to enable security measures to be taken). The charge for this service is 20 pounds sterling. The testing may include port scans, checking for open SMTP relays, testing of automatic logging scripts that record the opening of HTML-formatted mail and testing for known security holes. UCE/UBE (and hostnames, IP addresses or mail addresses used to send it) may be submitted to ISP or Network administrator abuse contacts and RBL (Real-time Blackhole) lists.

For the purpose of this notice UCE/UBE is defined as email promoting or advertising any and all goods or services which has not been specifically requested by an account holder on the piglet-net.net domain. Mail links within the www.piglet-net.net website should only be used for the purposes described within the website.

Spam Comments Policy for piglet-net.net

This sets out the Spam Comment Policy for all dynamic websites associated with the piglet-net.net domain.

The users of these addresses will not purchase products or services from companies which use comment spam to market their products or services. Any person posting unsolicited commercial comments to a piglet-net.net website after 6 Dec 2010 should note that in doing so they (and their agents) agree to security evaluations of any hosts used for the posting of the comment or hosting of any network services connected with their product or service concerned (as a service to enable security measures to be taken). The charge for this service is 20 pounds sterling. The testing will include but not be limited to port scans, script checking and testing for known security holes. Hostnames or IP addresses used may be submitted to ISP or Network administrator abuse contacts and RBL (Real-time Blackhole) lists.

For the purpose of this notice a spam comment is defined as one promoting or advertising any and all goods or services which has not been specifically requested or allowed *in advance* by an account holder on the piglet-net.net domain. Mail links within the www.piglet-net.net website should only be used for the purposes described within the website.

This notice created 5 September 2002, amended 16th March 2004 and 6th December 2010.

For the record, if you are using spam email or comments to publicise your product or service, you really are fucking stupid.

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