Content Restrictions and DMCA Compliance

It is worth noting that there are regulations guiding servers in which your websites are hosted and we comply with these regulations. Regardless of the option a business chooses, its website will be hosted on a physical server in a data centre somewhere in the world. And like any other physical location, the jurisdiction of the data center determines the law enforcement jurisdiction for anything running on that server. This is where rules are put in place to monitor contents provided by users in strict adherence to these regulations. Failure to comply with these regulations could lead to a total shutdown of our entire network

What Content is Forbidden?

You can host any kind of content, we recommend checking the company’s Terms of Service to find out which content is restricted. Nevertheless, the following content is illegal and forbidden
IRC bots
warez, top sites, phishing content, doorway sites
Mail Bombers and Spam Scripts
commercial audio streaming
IP Scanners, Brute Force Programs;
High-Yield Interest Programs (HYIP) and/or investment sites
Pharmaceutical sites, selling any drugs
Lottery sites
Distribution of confidential and personal information;
It is also prohibited to use programs, that are aimed at hiding customers' real IP addresses and that can be aimed at execution of unlawful activities, notably open and private proxy programs (like TOR, 3proxy etc.) and any equated to them.

Do you Allow Adult Sites?

We allow adult sites, actually, sites with adult content (that doesn’t involve animals, children or violence) are not restricted.
They must be legal in the United States of America and the United Kingdom.

Storing files - Our shared servers are not for storing or archiving files, videos, mp3s, or other data. While we try to be flexible, using a
shared hosting account as a backup/storage device is not permissible.

Media streaming - We support HTTP streaming on shared servers; however, live streaming is not supported.

DMCA Compliance

Most of our infrastructure is in the US, which puts your web presence under the jurisdiction of US law. Laws like the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). We may be required by law to send you notices such as DMCA takedown notices, UDRP notices, etc, please note that we will comply with the requests.