ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY (AUP)
Last Updated: June 3, 2020
This MSA Acceptable Use Policy (“AUP”) sets forth the restrictions regarding use of the DNAnexus, Inc. (“DNAnexus”) platform (the “Service”). Use of the Service is governed by the separate agreement entered into between the user (“User”) and DNAnexus (the “Agreement”). This MSA AUP is incorporated into the Agreement by reference.
The User shall not:
- Use the Service to store or transmit infringing, libelous or otherwise unlawful or tortious material, or to store or transmit material in violation of third-party privacy rights;
- Use the Service to store or transmit viruses or malicious code;
- Interfere with or disrupt the integrity or performance of the Service;
- Attempt to gain unauthorized access to the Service or any related systems or networks;
- Permit direct or indirect access to or use of the Service in a way that violates the Agreement;
- Use the Service to generate or send unsolicited communications, advertising or spam, or otherwise cause DNAnexus to become impaired in its ability to send communications on its own or on its customers’ behalf (e.g., by causing DNAnexus to become registered on any Email DNS blacklist or otherwise be denied services by any other third party communications service provider);
- Use a DNS name containing offensive, infringing, profane or libelous terms in a publicly-visible URL hosted on the DNAnexus Platform (in addition to other remedies it has under the Agreement, DNAnexus may remove or modify any such DNS names); or
- Do anything that in any way would cause the Service or any tool or other software provided with or used in connection with the Service, or any part thereof, to be subject to any Open Source Software license or agreement, including without limitation any license or agreement that would require or purport to require that the Service or any part thereof be disclosed or distributed in source code form or licensed for the purpose of making derivative works. “Open Source Software” means any open source, community or other free code or libraries of any type, including, without limitation, any code which is made generally available on the Internet without charge (such as, for example purposes only, any code licensed under any version of the MIT, BSD, Apache, Mozilla or GPL or LGPL licenses).