User Conduct Policy
The Policy is incorporated into the Buildworks Master Subscription Agreement (“MSA”) and outlines prohibited conduct and content on the Services. The Policy applies to all Users who use the Services. Violations of the Policy may result in suspension or termination of a Subscriber’s Account in accordance with the terms of the MSA. Any person may report a violation of this Policy by reporting sending e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Capitalized terms used in this Policy but not defined herein have the meaning given to them in the Buildworks MSA.
1. Illegal and Fraudulent Activities
The Services may not be used to engage in illegal, or fraudulent activities or to directly or indirectly promote such activities. If Buildworks suspects a Subscriber is using the Services for or to support fraudulent or illegal activities, including infringing the intellectual property rights of others, it may suspend or terminate the Subscriber’s Account. If any person suspects that an Account is engaging in illegal or fraudulent activity, please report it to Buildworks in accordance with the process described above. Please note that Buildworks is limited in its ability to review fraudulent activity that may occur outside of the Services or to assess the legality of certain activities and may require that persons work with law enforcement to validate the fraudulent nature or the illegality of the activity before We are able to take action related to a reported Account.
2. Malicious Products and Activities
The Services may not be used to transmit viruses, malware, or other harmful code. This includes sending content or automated traffic, generated by bots or otherwise, that harms networks, services or other infrastructure of Buildworks or any third party.
3. Deceptive Behavior
The Services may not be used to deceive individuals or impersonate other individuals or organizations. This prohibition includes creating a false or forged identity, account name, email address or phone number or otherwise attempting to mislead others as to the identity of the User.