Spam Sample Clauses

Spam. 3.1 Also known as junk mail or Unsolicited Commercial Email (UCE), the term "spam" refers to submitting a commercial email or SMS message to a large number of recipients who have not requested or opted to receive it and have no reasonable expectation to receiving email or SMS from the sender.
Spam. Lightwave may immediately terminate any account that it determines, in its sole discretion, is transmitting or is otherwise connected with any "spam" or other unsolicited bulk email. In addition, if actual damages cannot be reasonably calculated, Customer agrees to pay Lightwave liquidated damages of five dollars (U.S. $5.00) for each piece of "spam" or unsolicited bulk email transmitted from or otherwise connected with Customer’s account. Otherwise, Customer agrees to pay Lightwave’s actual damages to the extent such actual damages can be reasonably calculated. Lightwave reserves the right to block, reject, or remove what it considers to be "spam" or other unsolicited bulk email from the Service and Lightwave shall have no liability for blocking any email considered to be “spam.”
Spam. Licensee agrees not to perform any activity that is prohibited by the CAN-SPAM Act dealing with illegal distribution of Unsolicited Commercial Bulk Email (“UCBE”), commonly known as “spam.” No spamming of any kind may be employed as an advertising or promotional tool. Any breach of the Licensor’s Anti-Spam Policy may result in immediate termination of the Agreement.
Spam. 3.1 In this clause 3, “Spam” includes one or more unsolicited commercial electronic messages with an “Australian link” as contemplated by the Spam Act 2003.
Spam. Spam-related activities, including the distribution, publication, sending, or facilitating of unsolicited mass e-mailings, promotions, advertising or solicitations, including commercial advertising and informational announcements.
Spam. Spam is unsolicited nuisance Internet E-mail which sometimes contains malicious attachments or links to websites with harmful or objectionable content. Spoofing IP Address spoofing is the act of replacing IP address information in an IP packet with falsified network address information. Each IP packet contains the originating and destination IP addresses. By replacing the true originating IP address with a falsified address a hacker can obscure their network address and hence, the source of a network attack, making traceability of illegal or illegitimate internet activity extremely difficult. System Administrator District employees whose responsibilities include District Technology, site, or network administration. System Administrators perform functions including, but not limited to, installing hardware and software, managing a computer or network, auditing District Technology, and keeping District Technology operational. Unauthorized Disclosure The intentional or unintentional act of revealing restricted information to people, both inside and/or outside the District, who do not have a need to know that information. User or Users Individual(s) whether students or employees, full or part-time, active or inactive, including interns, contractors, consultants, vendors, etc. who have used District Technology, with or without the District’s permission. User ID
Spam. With your express or inferred consent we may now and again send you commercial electronic messages. The Spam Xxx 0000 prohibits unsolicited commercial electronic messaging, which covers emails, instant messaging, SMS and other mobile phone messaging. The message must be commercial in nature. Commercial electronic messages must accurately identify their sender, and include a way for the recipient to unsubscribe from future such messages. The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is responsible for enforcing the provisions of the Spam Xxx 0000.
Spam. The Access Seeker shall use its reasonable endeavours to discourage the transmission of unsolicited spam SMS and MMS to recipients on the Access Provider’s Network. The Access Provider reserves the right to monitor and block unsolicited spam SMS and MMS including, if necessary, denying access to all SMS and MMS from the switch originating the spam messages.
Spam. The Affiliate will not disseminate spam in connection with the Program. Although United States federal and state law does not prohibit all forms of spamming, the Company imposes a strict, no-spam policy for participants in the Program. What is spamming will evolve over time as new technologies and methodologies emerge for spammers to find new ways to abuse the Program. Some of the facts that the Company takes into account when determining what is spamming include the following:
Spam. Also known as junk mail or Unsolicited Commercial Email (UCE), the term “spam” refers to submitting a commercial email or SMS messages to a large number of recipients who have not requested or opted to receive it and have no reasonable expectation to receiving email or SMS from the sender. Email or SMS sent by a company or an organisation with whom the recipient has established a relationship, or which was requested or accepted (opt-in requirement) by the recipient is not considered spam. Spamming is not only harmful because of its negative impact on consumer attitudes toward Simple Telecoms, but also because it can overload Simple Telecoms and our partners network and disrupt service to Simple Telecoms subscribers. As a user of a Simple Telecoms service platforms, you must comply with any regulation in force that covers direct marketing regulations if you are sending communications to large multiple lists of users. In the absence of positive, verifiable proof to the contrary by a User, Simple Telecoms will consider complaints by recipients of emails or SMS messages to be conclusive that the recipient did not subscribe or otherwise request the email(s) or SMS about which a complaint was generated.