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VA.net actively engages in blocking mail servers on the Internet that have been designated as willfully or unknowingly engaging in distributing unsolicited e-mails or messages containing viruses.
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Acceptable Use Policy

Acceptable Use Policy for VA.net services. "... one should be aware of, and attempt to follow, a protocol known as Net Etiquette (Netiquette), which is nothing more than "good manners" for the benefit of all."
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Broadband TOS

Terms of Service for use of VA.net broadband services.
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Unlawful Use of Computer Law

[13933] Unlawful use of computer: Extract from the Pennsylvania criminal code concerning the use of computers.
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General Billing Policy

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General Billing Policy

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DSL Billing Policy Addendum

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BP logo is seen at a fuel station of British oil company BP in St. PetersburgBy Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear an appeal by a former BP Plc executive who contested whether he can be charged with obstruction of Congress for downplaying the severity of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Prosecutors say David Rainey misled members of Congress over the amount of oil spilled in the April 2010 Deepwater Horizon incident. Rainey?s legal argument on appeal was that the government missed the deadline to file an appeal after a district court judge dismissed his obstruction charge. He was also charged with making false statements to law enforcement agents, which was not at issue in his Supreme Court appeal.

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