Acceptable Use Policy

Subscribers to the services of Reveille Corporation are required to abide by the following Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).

Email and Mailing Lists

Sending unsolicited e-mail, particularly commercial e-mail and bulk e-mail (addressed to multiple recipients) is prohibited. Automatic generation of mailing lists, or other inclusion of subscriber e-mail addresses in mailing lists without request or advance approval by the subscriber is prohibited. Mailing lists must be professionally administered and provide a reasonably responsive unsubscribe option, backed up (if automatic) by a reasonably responsive human list administrator. Forging of mail headers or otherwise obscuring or misrepresenting the origin of a message, either manually or via a mailer program, is prohibited. Reveille reserves the right to block e-mail and other network traffic which originates from sites that habitually send or have recently sent unsolicited e-mail, or which permit e-mail to be relayed through them.

World Wide Web

Reveille Corporation reserves the right to refuse to provide World Wide Web publishing services using our servers and computers in cases where the content involved is judged to be salacious, explicitly erotic, or offensive. Customers purchasing transit services but not Web publishing services from Reveille may establish whatever standards they feel are appropriate. Other prohibited content includes any illegal content as well as any content that supports or advocates violations of any clause of the AUP.

Copyright Infringement

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act was signed into law in 1998 to protect  intermediary parties from copyright infringement when performing common Web activities. However, in order to qualify for this liability shield, a Web-site operator must take certain steps.

  1. Web operators must adopt a termination policy for subscribers who repeatedly post infringing content. This policy ought to be set forth in a subscription or Web-hosting agreement, as well as on the “terms of use” statement on its Web site.
  2. An agent must be designated by a Web-site operator to receive notifications of claimed infringements. This allows an aggrieved party, such as a photographer, to contact and notify the Web operator of an alleged infringement.


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