Acceptable Use Policy
does not actively monitor nor does it exercise any editorial
control over the content of any message.
shall not be considered responsible for the content of
any SMS message sent or received over the It's
The sender is responsible for the content of messages
Our customers are required to agree, and we will make
reasonable efforts to ensure, that SMS messages sent through
the It's Arrived service
Conform to any applicable laws, regulations or codes
of conduct (including but not limited to the ICSTIS
Code of Practice) and the laws (including but not limited
to the Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations
2000 (S.I. No. 2334)) in the
territories covered by this agreement and those of the
sender and intended recipient. Since 11 December 2003
it is unlawful to send an unsolicited SMS marketing
message to an individual.
Do not contain any material that is an invitation
to fast money making schemes, defamatory, pornographic,
racial, abusive or hateful, may constitute junk mail,
unauthorized advertising or harassment, invades anyone's
privacy, or encourages conduct that would constitute
a criminal offense, give rise to civil liability, or
otherwise violates any local, state, national or international
law or regulation.
Do not contain material protected by copyright, trademark,
trade secret or other intellectual property right used
without proper authorization, and material that is obscene,
defamatory, constitutes an illegal threat, or violates
export control laws
Are only sent to recipients who have previously given
their consent to receiving such messages.
Clearly indicate how the recipient can contact the
sender. This can be done in the body of the message
or by specifying the Sender / Originator Address field of the message.
become aware of any breach of this policy it will immediately
contact the sender of the offending message and request
that the sender in future conforms to this policy. Further
breaches of this policy are likely to result in the withdrawal
of the service without notice.
Sender / Originator Address field
Some account users can, on request, set the apparent
address of the sender. This is the address shown to the
user as the sender of the message.
If you have been given the facility to set the Originator Address
field then you may set it to either
- a text string of up to 11 characters or
- an international telephone number of up to 15 characters
In either case these must have been previously agreed
with Copnnection Software. This is to prevent impersonation
where messages are sent that apparently come from other