Thursday, April 3, 2008 Responds to The Public Forum Doctrine Thread

Wendy from emailed the following message:

You can be sure that regards the privacy and security of our customers as a top priority. We do not monitor the content of our customer’s websites but in some cases, questionable content has been brought to our attention. Our policy in such instances is to respect our customer’s freedom of expression; we will only take action against websites where we believe the site violates US law, promotes acts that violate US law or creates an imminent danger to person or property. Even though there may be times when our customers promote messages with which we disagree, it is our policy not to censor customers based on differing points of view.

I hope that helps clarify how approaches your right to register an available domain name of your choice and use that domain to communicate freely.


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