By using UK Cloak proxy service you agree to be bound by these terms, which shall take effect
immediately on your first use of the service. If you do not agree to be bound by all of the following
terms please stop using the service immediately.
We reserve the right to change these terms of service at anytime without prior notice. Therefore it is your responsibility to regularly check for any updates of these Terms and Conditions.
By agreeing to these terms, you agree NOT to use this service for the following purposes:
- For any purposes which are classified as illegal. This includes but is not limited to copyright and/or trademark violation.
- To transmit any material that is abusive, unlawful, threatening, obscene or which possess a risk to either somebody else or their equipment.
- To send unsolicited commercial email or carry out spamming in discussion forums or any other media. To engage in any kind of abuse over the internet.
- To conduct acts of terrorism.
By agreeing to these terms, you agree NOT to share your personal login data to anyone. You also agree not to overload the service with an excessive number of requests.
By agreeing to these terms, you agree that Identity Cloak, Ltd., provider of the proxy service is not liable for any claims, liabilities, costs, damages that are caused by any judgements directly or indirectly created by the services of Uk Cloak proxy and/or affiliates to the customer.
We reserve the right to restrict the use of the proxy server at any time. IP addresses of computers using this service are logged. This could result in monitoring and/or ban of any IP from the server at any time without prior notice.
The UK Cloak proxy service might have outages and experience times when requested sites become unavailable. Although this service is fully maintained around the clock, we do not hold any responsibilities for any defects, errors, loss of neither intelectual nor non-intelectual property nor of any other damage which could arise because of the use of the service. Neither we take responsibilities if you suffer any of above mentioned losses/damages due to the service outages.
We take your privacy very seriously. We pledge ourselves not to provide any of your data, including but not limited to user name, e-mail address, access log information to a third party without your consent. However, we reserve the right to cooperate with law enforcement authorities if they ask us to. 10 April 2010, London, UK.