If Cable Wireless finds that a customer, its agents or end-users have violated or failed to comply with this APU or have authorized a prohibited activity (or have allowed others), Cable-Wireless may take whatever action it deems appropriate. This may include all or all of the following: app developers must ensure that their programs have the following guarantees: in some cases, AUP documents are referred to as a directive on the internet and e-mail, the internet UPP, the network UPA or the information and communications technology use directive. These documents, although they have different names, provide guidance on the behaviours accepted by users of the local/Internet network connected by the local network. Passwords are used for different purposes under [organization name]. Some of the most common uses include user-level accounts, web accounts, email accounts, screen protection, voicemail, and local router requests. Since very few systems support unique tokens (i.e. dynamic passwords that are used only once), everyone needs to know how to choose secure passwords. This User Directive (`AUP`) defines the acceptable use of services to ensure the quality of services and privacy of our customers and to ensure the integrity, security, reliability and privacy of the cable and wireless network, systems, products, services, server hosting facilities and the data it contains (together the wireless and cable network). Cable and wireless customers (which are defined within the meaning of this directive as each party acquiring a Cable-Wireless service) are required to comply with this UPA as a condition for receiving cable-Wireless services. An Acceptable Use Policy (UPA) is a document that outlines a set of rules that must be followed by users or customers of a group of COMPUTER resources, which are a computer network, a website or a large computer system. A UPA clearly indicates what the user is and what is not possible with these resources. A UPA is very similar to terms and conditions or end-user licensing agreements (EULA) in almost all software applications. The main difference is that an UAE covers the use of a much larger shared computing resource, for example.
B of an LAN or website, as opposed to a single software element. One consequence of sharing is that an UPA usually goes into label details and respect for other users of the resource that does not apply to single user software applications. A directive on acceptable use is also referred to as „fair use“ or „conditions of use.“ Because of the many jurisdictions covered by the Internet, the AUP document must indicate the jurisdiction that defines applicable laws and regulates the use of an UPA. Even if a company is established only in a jurisdiction and the UPA applies only to its employees, the designation of the court avoids difficulties of interpretation if legal action is necessary to enforce its statements.