If you use the Service (and if applicable, any part or aspect of it), you must comply with this Acceptable Use Policy. If you fail to comply, Chariot may suspend or terminate your use of the Service without refund of any pre-paid Charges or effect on your liability to pay any Charges that you have not paid at that time.
The Acceptable Use Policy is designed to bring about the result that your use of the Service does not break any laws or interfere with the use of the Service by other Chariot customers.
A copy of this policy can be obtained from Chariot's web site. Chariot may change this Policy from time to time and you will be bound by those changes once posted on the web site. You must check this policy on Chariot's web site regularly to ensure that you are aware of your obligations under this policy, namely:
You must be over 18 years of age to have an Account with Chariot. If you are under the age of 18 years you must have the consent of your parent, teacher or other responsible adult before you can have an account with Chariot. Chariot may nevertheless refuse your application for the Service. Chariot has total discretion in this matter.
Chariot strongly recommends that you seek guidance from the following site: http://www.iia.net.au/guideuser.html to assist you to supervise and control children's access to Internet content. This site will also explain to you about your right to make a complaint to the Australian Broadcasting Authority about online content. Chariot also recommends that you install an approved content filter. You are solely responsible for the cost, maintenance and support of any filter you choose to install.
Chariot strongly recommends that you seek guidance from the following site: http://www.iia.net.au/guideuser.html in relation to using appropriate labelling systems as well as your legal obligations in regard to the content you publish.
You must not:
It is a criminal offence to unlawfully access or damage data in a computer, system or network;
If you do not want to receive unsolicited e-mail or promotional material Chariot strongly recommends that you seek guidance from http://www.iia.net.au/guideuser.html
In using the Service you must at all time conduct yourself in a responsible and considerate manner. In particular you must not break any laws or infringe the rights of other persons. For example, you must not:
To detect and deal with breaches of the Acceptable Use Policy, Chariot may take the following actions:
You acknowledge that Chariot must comply with the Telecommunications Act 1997 (Cth) and other laws and directives from state or federal law enforcement agencies that have jurisdiction over the use of Internet services and the Services (or either) and that Chariot is not liable for any loss, damage or interruption to the Service that you may suffer or incur as a result of compliance therewith.
Chariot disclaims all or any liability for any material on the Internet that you find offensive, upsetting, defamatory or in any way unsuitable for a person to view (whether or not that person is under the age of 18 years).