St Marks Community Centre Wi-Fi Acceptable Use Policy



Terms and Conditions

You must read and accept the Terms and Conditions before you access and use the Wi-Fi service. By accessing and using the Wi-Fi you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions set out below. If you do not wish to be bound by these terms and conditions, please do not access and/or use the St Marks Wi-FI.



The User undertakes:


1.         Not to use the Wi-Fi for any unlawful purpose;


2.         Not to make any use of the Wi-Fi such that the whole or part of the Wi-Fi is interrupted, damaged, rendered less efficient, or the effectiveness or functionality of the Wi-Fi is in any way impaired;


3.         Not to use the Wi-Fi  for the transmission or posting of any computer viruses or any material which is defamatory, offensive or of an obscene or menacing character or in such a way as to cause annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety;


4.         Not to use the Wi-Fi in a manner which constitutes a violation or infringement of the rights of any person, firm or company (including rights of copyright or confidentiality);


5.         The User will indemnify and defend St Marks Community Centre against all claims, liability, damages, costs and expenses, including legal fees, arising out of a breach of these Terms and Conditions or any Use of the Wi-Fi  by the User. The User acknowledges that St Marks Community Centre has no control over the nature or content of information or programs transmitted or received by the User using the Wi-Fi and that St Marks Community Centre does not examine in any way the use to which the User puts the Wi-Fi. The User agrees to fully indemnify St Marks Community Centre against any claims or legal proceedings arising in connection with User's use of the Wi-Fi which are brought or threatened against St Marks Community Centre by any other person.


6.         St Marks Community Centre cannot guarantee the security or privacy of the Wi-Fi and any information or communication to or from the Wi-Fi by the User.