Veeps Hosting Terms
These Veeps Hosting Terms apply to each Customer Service Agreement between VEEPS PTY LIMITED ABN 18 164 248 417 of 130 Military Road, Neutral Bay, New South Wales, Australia (Veeps) and the Customer that has signed a Services Schedule as provided to the Customer by Veeps.
Each Customer Service Agreement consists of:
- the Services Schedule; and
- these Veeps Hosting Terms .
If there is any inconsistency between the Services Schedule and these Veeps Hosting Terms, then these Veeps Hosting Terms will prevail.
All capitalised terms have the meaning that they have as set out in the Dictionary at the end of these Veeps Hosting Terms. The Dictionary also sets out the rules of interpretation which apply to the Customer Service Agreement
- Subject to clause 4, Veeps will provide the Services to the Customer at the Service Levels as set out under the heading "Service Levels" at the end of these Veeps Hosting Terms and otherwise in accordance with the Customer Service Agreement for the Initial Term and thereafter until the Customer Service Agreement is terminated.
- Veeps will use reasonable endeavours to ensure that the Services are substantially available at all times. However, Veeps cannot and does not warrant that the Services will be available 24 hours a day or that any fault will be corrected within a specified timeframe.
- Veeps may change, add, or remove any part of the Customer Service Agreement at any time by giving 14 days' notice in writing. The Customer has the right to terminate the Customer Service Agreement by giving written notice to Veeps and ceasing to use the Services within the 14 day notice period.
- In consideration for Veeps providing the Services to the Customer, the Customer will pay Veeps the Fees.
- Veeps reserves the right to increase the Fees payable under the Customer Service Agreement on the anniversary of the Initial Term, or at any time thereafter, by serving a written notice upon the Customer notifying a date for such increase being not less than 60 days prior to the date of service of the notice.
3. PAYMENT TERMS
- The Customer must pay Veeps the Fees in the manner provided in the Services Schedule and, in any case, within 14 days of Veeps issuing an invoice to the Customer.
- If the Customer does not pay the full amount of the Fees, Veeps may charge the Customer interest on the amount outstanding, at the Late Fee Rate calculated daily, for each day that the amount outstanding remains unpaid, or Veeps may elect to terminate the Customer Service Agreement.
- If the Customer is required to withhold or deduct Tax from the Fees, the Customer is required to pay Veeps an additional amount to ensure that Veeps receives a net amount equal to the full amount of the Fees.
4. CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES AND OBLIGATIONS
- The Customer:
- must ensure that it has suitable hardware, software, telecommunications equipment, internet data rate and file sizes to allow Veeps to provide the Services to the Customer;
- must provide Veeps with all information and other assistance reasonably required by Veeps to enable Veeps to provide the Services;
- must comply with the licence terms and conditions of any software or hardware supplied to the Customer by Veeps;
- is responsible for all use of the Customer’s password, and must keep its password and user account details confidential and not disclose same to any other party;
- where, in using the Services, stores, processes and/or transmits data relating to payment card transactions, must comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard;
- comply with all applicable legislation, including anti-spam, anti-phishing, identity theft, defamation, privacy, pornography and Intellectual Property Rights legislation; and
- comply with the Customer Obligations as set out at the end of these General Terms.
- The Customer must not:
- interfere with or disrupt the network, any other user, or the service or equipment of Veeps or any other user, or substantially affect the operation of the Services, including introduce or allow any software virus;
- use the Services or store, upload, download, access, process or share any data for any illegal, unauthorised or dangerous purpose or that otherwise does not comply with all applicable legislation;
- store, upload, download, access, process, share, publish or communicate any material, content, data or information unless the Customer owns or has been granted the necessary Intellectual Property Rights.
- store, process and/or transmit data relating to payment card transactions other than in compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard.
- The Customer acknowledges that Veeps does not and cannot monitor or control the content and information accessed via the Internet and shall not hold Veeps responsible in any way for any content or information accessed via the Internet.
5. VEEPS RIGHTS
Veeps may in its sole discretion, without notice or giving any reason or incurring any liability for doing so:
- suspend the Service if the Customer is in breach of clause 4.b;
- delete any data found on Veeps equipment or systems and/or refuse to publish any data which is, in Veeps opinion, unauthorised; illegal or possibly illegal; unlawful; obscene; infringes any Intellectual Property Right of any third party; defamatory; excessive in volume; uncollected for an excessive period; in an unauthorised area or otherwise dangerous;
- take action if it suspects that malicious, illegal or unacceptable usage of the Services is occurring or has occurred.
6. EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
- Customer acknowledges that
- the Services supplied by Veeps are not Services of a kind likely to be used, for personal, domestic or household use or consumption;
- any Services supplied by Veeps will be used by the Customer in trade or commerce
- To the full extent allowed by law and subject to clause 6(c), Veeps is not responsible for, without limitation:
- ensuring that the Services are suitable for the Customer’s requirements or fit for any purpose;
- any interruption to the Services due to, without limitation, equipment failure, the need for routine maintenance or peak demand;
- unless stated otherwise in the Services Schedule, the supply or maintenance of the Customer’s equipment or software;
- monitoring, controlling or ensuring the accuracy, appropriateness or content of any information or material on the Internet and does not do so;
- any failure to supply the Services to the extent the Customer has failed to comply with clause 4;
- any loss of data provided by, uploaded, downloaded, stored, processed, accessed or shared by the Customer;
- the acts or omissions of any third party including any breach of security.
- If Veeps fails to comply with any statutory guarantees and warranties that cannot be excluded by law, Veeps liability is limited to
- the supplying of the Services again; or
- the payment of the cost of having the Services supplied again.
- Subject to clause 6(c), Veeps is not liable to the Customer or any other person, and the Customer releases each of Veeps and its officers, employees, advisers and related bodies corporate for any costs, loss, liability or claim whether direct, indirect or consequential arising out of Veeps supply or failure to supply the Services or otherwise under the Customer Service Agreement, except as a result of negligence of Veeps or any of its officers, employees, advisers or related bodies corporate.
- The Customer releases, indemnifies and must keep indemnified each of Veeps and its officers, employees, advisers and related bodies corporate against all liability, claim, action, suit, demand, loss, cost or expense (including consequential loss) arising out of or in any way connected with the Customer’s use of the Services and any data provided, uploaded, downloaded, stored, processed, accessed or shared by the Customer, including without limitation, the Customer’s failure to comply with clause 4 (including the Customer’s failure to comply with all applicable laws).
- The Customer indemnifies Veeps, its successors, assigns and licensees against any costs, loss, liability or claim suffered or incurred by any of them arising from the Customer’s use of the Service, and any data provided, uploaded, downloaded, processed, stored, accessed or shared by the Customer, including the Customer’s failure to comply with this clause 6.
- Veeps holds the benefit of the release in this clause 6 for each of its officers, employees, advisers and related bodies corporate from time to time.
- The Customer may upload content to the Services in connection with the use of the Services.
- Veeps does not verify, endorse or claim ownership of any content, and the Customer retains all right, title and interest to that content.
- By maintaining the content on the Services, the Customer grants Veeps a non-exclusive, worldwide, perpetual, royalty-free and fully paid license under all Intellectual Property Rights to reproduce, copy, distribute, publish, communicate, transmit, publicly display, publicly perform and reformat the content solely to deliver the Services to the Customer.
8. STORAGE AND USE OF INFORMATION
- Veeps retains the right to create reasonable limits on the use of content such as limits on file size, storage space, processing capacity, time frames for retention of content and similar limitations as otherwise determined by Veeps in its sole discretion.
- Customer acknowledges that Veeps may introduce technical barriers and filters to limit or exclude the type or size of data stored, uploaded, downloaded processed, accessed or shared.
- The Customer acknowledges that Veeps may be required to disclose the Customer’s details and data to legal and regulatory authorities and pursuant to court orders.
9. DISPUTE RESOLUTION
- If any dispute or difference arises between the parties in connection with any aspect of the Customer Service Agreement, Veeps and the Customer undertake with each other to use all reasonable endeavours, in good faith, to settle the dispute or difference by negotiation.
- If Veeps and the Customer or their representatives do not settle the dispute by negotiation within 14 days, each party must appoint a senior executive to participate in the negotiations to settle the dispute or difference.
- If the dispute is not resolved within one month after referral of the dispute to the senior executives or such longer period as agreed between Veeps and the Customer, then either party may exercise any other rights they may have.
- This clause is without prejudice to Veeps right to seek interlocutory relief on an urgent basis to restrain any actual or threatened breach of this Agreement or any applicable law.
- Any consideration or payment obligation in the Customer Service Agreement is exclusive of GST unless stated otherwise.
- A party who receives consideration, whether monetary or otherwise, for a taxable supply under the Customer Service Agreement, must give the other party a tax invoice in a form which complies with the GST Law.
11. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PARTIES
- The Customer Service Agreement does not create a relationship of employment, agency or partnership between Veeps and the Customer.
- Neither party is authorised to, nor may undertake to bind the other party in any way by any warranty, agreement, contract, representation or other written or oral or by any instrument or action of any kind.
- Each party may terminate the Customer Service Agreement at any time following the expiry of the Initial Term, by giving the other party 60 days written notice.
- A party may terminate the Customer Service Agreement with immediate effect by giving written notice to the other party, if:
- the other party breaches a material obligation under the Customer Service Agreement and if the breach is capable of being remedied does not remedy that breach within 28 days after receipt of written notice requiring it to do so;
- an Insolvency Event occurs in relation to the other Party.
- Veeps may terminate the Customer Service Agreement with immediate effect by giving written notice to the Customer if
- the Customer does not pay any amount due under the Customer Service Agreement or any amount due under any other agreement or arrangement between Veeps and the Customer
- the Customer is in breach of a material obligation under another agreement between Veeps and the Customer, and if the breach is capable of being remedied has not remedied that breach within 28 days after receipt of written notice requiring it to do so;
- in Veeps opinion, the Customer has failed or is threatening not to comply with applicable laws including anti-spam, anti-phishing, identity theft, defamation, privacy, pornography and Intellectual Property Rights laws;
- in Veeps opinion, the Customer has interfered or is threatening to interfere or disrupt the network, another user, or the service or equipment of Veeps or any other user, or substantially affect the operation of the Services.
- in Veeps opinion, it is or will be illegal for Veeps to provide the Services to the Customer.
- The Customer may terminate the Customer Service Agreement in accordance with clause 1(c).
- On termination of the Customer Service Agreement:
- each party must immediately return to the other party all of the other party’s confidential information in its possession or control, and remove it from its electronic systems; and
- the Customer must immediately pay all outstanding amounts owing under the Customer Service Agreement as at the date of termination;
- if either party terminates the Customer Service Agreement in accordance with clause 12(a), the Customer is not entitled to a pro-rata reduction of any Fees paid in advance.
- Any notice or other communication, given under the Customer Service Agreement must be in English and is deemed to be received by the addressee in accordance with clause 13(b).
- A notice is deemed to be received:
- if sent by hand, when delivered to the party;
- if by post, two (2) business days after it is sent if it is sent to the address for the party set out in this Agreement or such other address nominated by the party in writing; or
- if sent by email, on receipt of a read acknowledgement email,
but if the delivery or receipt is on a day which is not a Business Day or is after 4.00 pm in the place of delivery or receipt it is regarded as received at 9.00 am on the following Business Day.
14. GOVERNING LAW
The laws of New South Wales govern the Customer Service Agreement. Each party submits to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of that State.
A party may not disclose the provisions of the Customer Service Agreement or Confidential Information about the other party except:
- after obtaining the written consent of the other party;
- on a confidential basis to an officer, employee or professional adviser; or
- as required by any applicable law,
and must use its best endeavours to ensure all permitted disclosures are kept confidential by the party to whom the disclosure was made.
16. NO ASSIGNMENT
A party may not assign the Customer Service Agreement or otherwise transfer the benefit of the Customer Service Agreement or a right or remedy under it, without the prior written consent of the other party. The Customer acknowledges that Veeps may assign the benefit of the Customer Service Agreement to another person as part of a corporate restructure or as part of the sale of substantially the whole of Veeps business.
17. ENTIRE AGREEMENT
The Customer Service Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between Veeps and the Customer and supersedes all prior representations, agreements, statements and understandings, whether verbal or in writing.
18. FUTHER ASSURANCE
Each party must do all things necessary to give full effect to the Customer Service Agreement and the transactions contemplated by the Customer Service Agreement.
19. PERFORMANCE OF THE CUSTOMER SERVICE AGREEMENT
The Customer acknowledges that Veeps may use a related body corporate to perform any of its obligations or otherwise do anything that Veeps is required or permitted to do under the Customer Service Agreement.
If any provision of the Customer Service Agreement is held to be ineffective, unenforceable or illegal for any reason, that decision will not affect the validity or enforceability of any or all of the remaining proportions.
Either party’s failure on any occasion to insist on the strict performance of any term or condition of the Customer Service Agreement will not constitute a waiver of compliance with the particular term or condition or a waiver of any default.
Subject to clause 1(c), the Customer Service Agreement may only be amended by a written document signed by the parties.
23. AUTHORITY TO ENTER AGREEMENT
The person who signs the Customer Service Agreement on behalf of the Customer warrants that they have the authority and power to enter into the Customer Service Agreement and bind the Customer.
- Veeps is bound by the National Privacy Principles, and the subsequent Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme under Part IIIC, set out in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), and it is committed to upholding these principles.
- Veeps respects the privacy of the Customer.
- Veeps only collects information which is necessary for the provision of the Services to the Customer.
- In providing the Services to the Customer, it may be that Veeps will collect from the Customer, or store on behalf of the Customer, personal information, such as names, addresses, occupations and contact details of persons within the Customer's organisation or associated with the Customer. When Veeps collects or stores personal information, it does so with the consent of the Customer. Any personal information so collected will only be used in connection with the Services which Veeps supplies to the Customer, unless otherwise stated. Veeps may hold your information in its CRM, accounting, ticketing, marketing, web conferencing and intranet/ wiki solutions.
- Veeps uses a variety of electronic and physical security measures, including restricting access to the offices of Veeps and the use of firewalls and security databases to secure personal information. Veeps does all that it reasonably can to protect all personal information from misuse, loss, unauthorised access and disclosure. While Veeps strives to protect the information of the Customer and to prevent unauthorised access to any information, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed as totally secure. Veeps cannot ensure the security of any information transmitted to or from its systems.
- Veeps and its directors, officers, employees and consultants do not accept any liability for any loss, damage, cost or expense incurred by any person or company whatsoever arising out of or referable to any unauthorised access to any information in Veeps's systems or information transmitted to or from Veeps’s systems.
- The Customer has the right to access personal information Veeps holds and Veeps will act to correct that personal information if it is inaccurate or incomplete. If Veeps denies a request for access, Veeps will explain the reasons why it has done so. If the Customer does want access to the personal information that Veeps holds, then the Customer should contact the General Manager at Veeps's offices.
- If the Customer wishes to make a complaint about the way Veeps handles personal information it collects or stores, then the Customer should contact the General Manager at Veeps's offices.
- Where Veeps is providing services such as managed services of your application in our data centre, under the General Data Protection Regulation, your organisation would be considered the data controller and Veeps would be considered the data processor. In this role Veeps is there to help you manage and report on your data obligations as a data controller. (Please note that Veeps will charge for such requests). As a data controller, Veeps assumes that that you have clear, intelligible and easy to access consent forms that are using plain language. It must also be easy for your end users to withdraw their consent to use their data. Explicit consent is required only for processing sensitive personal data that has been opted in. However, for non sensitive data, "unambiguous " consent will suffice. For the record, Veeps's data protection officer is the General Manager or COO. If there is a data breach, Veeps will report to the appropriate regulators in Australia (under the Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme) and EU (under the General Data Protection Regulation) to meet the obligations. We advise all our clients to understand their privacy obligation in Australia and if their end users are located in the EU they are also bound to the regulations of the GDPR.
Standard Support is included with all Veeps server deployments and includes:
- Monitoring of the platform: SAN storage, virtualisation hypervisor and Operating System to ensure it is functioning correctly
- Restore from backup: During business hours only - includes one restore per day
- DNS Changes if the zone is hosted by Veeps
- Questions relating to included services
Extended Support is support related to hosting options selected by the customer as outlined in their Service Schedule.
- 24/7 Monitoring and Alerting - Veeps will monitor and support your selected monitoring services which may include, CPU, Disk, Memory, System Load, SMTP, SSH, HTTP, TCP, MySQL performance and application.
- Managed Offsite Backups - Veeps will support requests to retrieve all data backed up off site in the event that local backups are not available. Data may include, application configuration, log files, code tree and database files.
- Managed Firewall - Veeps will firewall out any unwanted traffic at the hardware layer before it reaches your server. Support for firewall configuration changes is available during business hours only.
- Server Management - Veeps will support customer specific server management packages as outlined in the Customers Services Schedule.
Paid Support is support that is requested by the customer that is not included in Standard Support or the Customers selected Extended Support. Customers should refer to their Services Schedule for support rates.
||Target Business Class Service Levels
|Availability (Up Time %) per month
|Target Response Time
||Refer to Target Response Times below
||Emergency and Scheduled Change Control or Customer Maintenance
||For Priority 1 issues
- During business hours (8am-6pm AEST), all support issues can be logged using Veeps online ticketing system https://servicede.sk
- Outside of business hours support Phone +61 2 8968 1699 for any Priority 1 issues.
In the event of system outage Veeps will provide a debrief to the Customer explaining the nature of the problem and remedial steps taken.
Target Response Times
- Priority 1: 1 hour 24/7
- Priority 2: 2 hours during Business hours
- Priority 3: 4 hours during Business hours
- Priority 4: 1 Business Day
- Blocker (Priority 1) — means your production system or other mission-critical feature/function is down and no workaround is immediately available. You have a substantial loss of service.
- Critical (Priority 2) — occurs when a major functionality is severely impaired. Operations can continue in a restricted fashion, although long-term productivity might be adversely affected. A major milestone is at risk. Ongoing installation/configuration is at risk.
- Major (Priority 3) — involves partial, non-critical loss of functionality of the production system. Impaired operations of some components, but allows the user to continue using the system or service. Initial installation/configuration milestones are at risk.
- Minor/Trivial (Priority 4) — refers to general usage questions. Cosmetic issues, enhancement requests, documentation or functionality question.
Part 1 – Definitions
Business Day means a day on which banks are open for business in New South Wales excluding a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday.
Confidential Information includes:
- all trade secrets, ideas, concepts, know‑how, technology, operating procedures, processes, knowledge, pricing, know-how, customer lists, and other information which is not in the public domain;
- all notes and reports incorporating or derived from information referred to in paragraph (a); and
- all copies of the information, notes and reports referred to in paragraphs (a) and (b).
Customer Maintenance means work by the Customer either planned or required on an urgent basis to maintain and support the hardware, software and/or hosting environment of the Customer which prevents the operation of the systems of the Customer
Dollars, A$ and $ means the lawful currency of Australia.
Emergency or Scheduled Change Control means work by Veeps or a third party either planned or required on an urgent basis to maintain and support the hardware, software and/or hosting environment of the Customer which prevents the operation of the systems of the Customer
Fees has the meaning set out in the Services Schedule.
GST means good and services tax under the GST Law, as that expression is defined in A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Act, 1999.
Initial Term has the meaning set out in the Services Schedule.
Insolvency Event means the occurrence of any one or more of the following events in relation to any party:
- an application is made to a court for an order that it be wound up, declared bankrupt or that a provisional liquidator or receiver or receiver and manager be appointed;
- a liquidator or provisional liquidator or an administrator is appointed;
- it enters into an arrangement or composition with one or more of its creditors, or an assignment for the benefit of one or more of its creditors;
- it ceases to carry on business or threatens to do so; or
- anything occurs under the law of any jurisdiction which has a substantially similar effect to any of the above paragraphs of this definition.
Late Fee Rate means, at any time, the lower of 2% per month calculated daily, compounded monthly, or the maximum rate allowed by law.
Legal Fees means those fees charged by the lawyers of Veeps to Veeps on a solicitor client basis.
Intellectual Property Rights means all intellectual property rights at any time protected by statute or common law, including but not limited to:
(a) patents, patent rights, copyrights, rights in circuit layouts, registered designs, design rights, trade marks, trade names, licenses, utility models, logotypes and service marks and any right to have confidential information kept confidential; and
(b) any application or right to apply for registration of any of the rights referred to in (a).
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard means the standard described as such by the PCI Security Standards Council, LLC and as published on its website at https://www.pcisecuritystandards.org/
Priority Levels are as defined under the heading "Service Levels" below
Quarter means each period of 3 months.
Services has the meaning set out in the Services Schedule.
Services Schedule means the schedule of Services and Fees as agreed to apply between Veeps and the Customer
Tax means a tax, levy, charge, impost, fee, deduction, withholding or duty of any nature, including, without limitation, stamp and transaction duty, which is imposed, withheld or collected by a government agency.
Target Response Times are as defined under the heading "Service Levels" below
Part 2 - Interpretation
- Unless the context otherwise requires:
- words importing the singular include the plural and vice versa;
- words which are gender neutral or gender specific include each gender;
- other parts of speech and grammatical forms of a word or phrase defined in the Customer Service Agreement has a corresponding meaning;
- an expression importing a natural person includes a company , partnership, joint venture, association, corporation or other body corporate and a Government Agency;
- a reference to a thing (including, but not limited to, a chose-in-action or other right) includes a part of that thing;
- a reference to a clause, party, schedule or attachment is a reference to a clause of the Customer Service Agreement , and a party, schedule or attachment to, the Customer Service Agreement and a reference to the Customer Service Agreement includes a schedule and attachment to the Customer Service Agreement ;
- a reference to a law includes a constitutional provision, treaty, decree, convention, statute, regulation, ordinance, by‑law judgment, rule of common law or equity or a rule of an applicable stock exchange and is a reference to that law as amended, consolidated or replaced;
- a reference to a document includes all amendments or supplements to that document, or replacements or novations of it;
- a reference to a party to a document includes that party's successors and permitted assigns;
- an agreement on the part of two or more persons binds them severally; and
- a reference to an agreement, other than the Customer Service Agreement , includes an undertaking, deed, agreement or legally enforceable arrangement or understanding, whether or not in writing.
- Where the day on or by which something must be done is not a Business Day, that thing must be done on or by the following Business Day.
- Headings are for convenience only and do not affect the interpretation of the Customer Service Agreement.
- The Customer Service Agreement may not be construed adversely to a party just because that party prepared the agreement.
- A term or expression starting with a capital letter:
- which is defined in this Dictionary, has the meaning given to it in this Dictionary; and
- which is defined in the Corporations Act but is not defined in this Dictionary, has the same meaning as in the Corporations Act.
The Customer must not use the Services to engage in, foster, or promote illegal, abusive, or irresponsible behaviour, including but not limited to:
- unauthorised access to or use of data, services, systems or networks, including any attempt to probe, scan or test the vulnerability of a system or network or to breach security or authentication measures without written authorisation of the owner or operator of the system or network;
- monitoring data or traffic on any network or system without the written authorisation of the owner or operator of the system or network;
- interference with service to any user, host or network including, without limitation, mail bombing, flooding, deliberate attempts to overload a system and broadcast attacks;
- use of an Internet account or computer without the owner's written authorisation;
- collecting information by deceit, including, but not limited to Internet scamming (tricking other people into releasing their passwords), password robbery, phishing, security hole scanning, and port scanning;
- use of any false, misleading or deceptive TCP-IP packet header or any part of the header information in an e-mail or a newsgroup posting;
- use of the Services to distribute software that covertly gathers information about a user or covertly transmits information about the user;
- any activity or conduct that is likely to result in retaliation against Veep's network;
- any activity or conduct that is likely to be in breach of any applicable laws, codes or regulations including data protection, identity theft, anti-spam, anti-phishing, defamation, privacy, pornography or Intellectual Property Rights;
- introducing intentionally or knowingly into the Services any virus or other contaminating code;
- the omission, deletion, forgery or misreporting of any transmission or identification information, such as return mailing and IP addresses, or any activity intended to withhold or cloak identity or contact information; or
- any activity or conduct that unreasonably interferes with any other customers' use of Veep's services.
The Customer shall not publish, display or transmit via the data centres’ network and equipment any content or links to content that Veeps reasonably believe:
- constitutes, facilitates or encourages child pornography, bestiality, non-consensual sex acts, or is otherwise morally repugnant;
- is excessively violent, incites or encourages violence, threatens violence, or contains harassing content or hate speech;
- is unfair or deceptive under the consumer protection laws of any jurisdiction, including chain letters and pyramid schemes;
- is defamatory or violates a person's privacy or any right of publicity;
- creates a risk to a person's safety or health, creates a risk to public safety or health, compromises national security, is likely to cause or encourage public disorder, or interferes with an investigation by law enforcement bodies;
- improperly exposes trade secrets or other confidential or proprietary information of another person;
- constitutes unfair competition;
- is discriminatory, or encourages or incites hatred or discrimination or adversely affect the equal opportunities in any way, including by way of sex, race, or age, colour, nationality, national origin, ethnicity;
- involves theft or, fraud,
- involves drug-trafficking, money laundering, arms-trafficking, the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, or terrorism;
- denounces political or religious beliefs;
- is otherwise malicious, fraudulent, abusive, menacing, misleading, vulgar, of doubtful propriety, is likely to damage public morals, or may to result in retaliation against Veeps by offended viewers;
- may adversely affect Veeps's commercial reputation and goodwill;
- is otherwise illegal or solicits or is likely to encourage conduct that is illegal under laws applicable to you or to Veeps; or
- states or implies an affiliation with, or sponsorship or support of any prohibited content or activity.
- Content "published or transmitted" via the data centres’ network or equipment includes Web content, e-mail, bulletin board postings, chat, and any other type of posting, display or transmission that relies on the Internet.