The document below provides general information on the type of content and activities acceptable on our network, as well as activities and contents that are prohibited. This list is non-exhaustive and may be updated from time to time without further announcement. PeelHosting reserves itself the right to update this document whenever it becomes necessary to do so.
Under no reason or circumstance is using Peel Hosting services to conduct illegal activities acceptable. Clients found to violate this rule agree to forfeit any payment made for services including amounts for services not yet rendered.
Peel Hosting has a zero tolerance towards child pornography. Any client that is found to have child pornographic related content will be immediately terminated without refund.
Client are responsible to keep their scripts and websites up to date and regularly update their passwords to prevent hacking. When a hacking event happens, client must take necessary measures to resolve the issue within 24 hours. Peel Hosting is not responsible of cleaning up hacked websites, although we can restore a previous backup if available.
Peel Hosting servers can not be used to run anonymous proxies as these are easily abused and affect the reliability and performance of our network.
Harvesting Personal Information
Using Peel Hosting services to harvest personal information, including emails, names, addresses, phone numbers, without formal consent is strictly prohibited.
Personal Data Backups
Peel Hosting's shared hosting services cannot be used to store personal backups, including but not limited to website files, photos, audio and video files. Shared hosting is to be used solely for the hosting of website files and associated email functions.
Any client, whose activity cause the blacklisting of a Peel Hosting's IP address, will be suspended from using our services and fined C$200.
Peel Hosting servers may not be used to offer third party software or file downloads.
Applicable Law and Jurisdiction
This Agreement and its interpretation are subject to the laws of the province of Ontario and the laws of Canada applicable therein, without giving effect to any principles of conflicts of laws.