Netsync® DSL Acceptable Use and Service Policies

Netsync® Internet Services Inc. (“Netsync®“) provides its DSL Internet services (“Services”) to users who pay a monthly service fee to subscribe to the Services. By establishing a DSL account of using the Services, you agree to be bound by this Agreement and to use the Services in compliance with this Agreement, our Acceptable Use Policy and other policies.

If you do not agree to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, including any future revisions, you may not use the Services and if you are a current Member, you must terminate your use of the Services under Section 10 of the Netsync® Internet Service Agreement.

Members must abide by the Netsync® Internet Service Agreement and other policies. Netsync® DSL Service is for a single business or single residence. Unaouthorized reselling of Netsync® services, or Netsync® equipment, is strictly forbidden and is in violation of the Netsync® Acceptable Use Policy (“AUP”). DSL Service may not be used to provide Internet Access of Services to other networks or connections outside of your single business or residency. Connections to your network or computer systems from outside sources will be considered THEFT OF SERVICE defined below under section 165.15, subsection 4 of PENAL Law of the State of New York, AND YOU WILL BE PROSECUTED TO THE FULLEST EXTENT OF THE LAW.

THEFT OF SERVICES contrary to the provisions of Section 165.15, subsection 4 of the PENAL Law of the State of New York, in that said Defendant did INTENTIONALLY AND KNOWINGLY:

A person guilty of theft of services when: With intent to avoid payment by himself or another person of the lawful charge for any telecommunications service, including, without limitation, cable television service, or any gas, steam, sewer, water, electrical, telegraph or telephone service which is provided for a charge or compensation, he obtains or attempts to obtain such service for himself or another person or avoids or attempts to avoid payment therefore by himself or another person by means of (A) tampering or making connection with the equipment of the supplier, whether by mechanical, electrical, acoustical or other means or (B) offering for sale or otherwise making available, to anyone other than the provider of a telecommunications service for such service providers own use in the provision of its service, any telecommunications decoder or descrambler, a principal function of which defeats a mechanism of electronic signal encryption, jamming or individually addressed switching imposed by the provider of any such telecommunications service to restrict the delivery of such service or (C) any misrepresentation of fact which he knows to be false, or (D) any other artifice, trick, description, code or device.