Terms of Service

 By using our internet service (i.e. VPN), you hereby expressly acknowledge and agree that there are significant security, privacy and confidentiality risks inherent in accessing or transmitting information through the internet, whether the connection is facilitated through wired, wireless, or virtual technology. Security issues include, without limitation, interception of transmissions, loss of data, and the introduction or viruses and other programs that can corrupt or damage your computer. 

   Accordingly, you agree that the owner and/or provider of this network is NOT liable for any interception or transmissions, computer worms or viruses, loss of data, file corruption, hacking or damage to your computer or other devices that result from the transmission or download of information or materials through the internet service provided. 

   Furthermore, you agree and authorize the owner of this network the ability to filter, intercept, record, and block data sent and received through this network. 

   You agree to NOT to (1) access inappropriate and/or offensive content on the internet. (2) Torrent or use any other peer to peer software. (3) Violate any Canadian internet laws. (4) Illegally obtain and download music, movies, TV shows, software, or any other form of protected content. (5) Hack or distribute malware including but not limited to trojan horses, viruses, and botnets. (6) Intercept data on the network intended for others. (7) Attempt to use any methods to bypass filtering imposed on this network, that includes but is not limited to the use of additional VPN(s) and/or Proxies. The above are examples of unacceptable uses and do not comprise of all unacceptable uses.

   If abnormal, illegal, or unauthorized behavior is detected, including heavy consumption of bandwidth, the network provider reserves the right to permanently disconnect the offending device from the wireless network. The network provider also reserves the right to use the recorded logs against persons (or the person) involved in such unauthorized or suspicious events. That may include but is not limited to a law of court. Furthermore, the network provider is not responsible for the secrecy and/or privacy of such logs, as such logs (of violating persons) can be considered public domain under the condition that there is justifiable evidence for the suspicion of such person(s).