Vpn User Agreement

We reserve the right to make changes to our Terms of Use. In this agreement, „YOU“ means the b.VPN service user/client of bvpn.com. The term „WE“ or „US“ means bvpn.com service itself. It is the responsibility of the employee with the VPN right to ensure that unauthorized users do not have access to the NC State Network 7. If, as a result of a court decision or the assertion of patent infringement, or for any other reason (not limited to patent matters), conditions (whether by order, agreement or otherwise) that conflict with the terms of this license do not exempt you from the terms of this license. Therefore, if you are unable to simultaneously fulfill your obligations under this license and all other relevant obligations, you absolutely cannot distribute the program. For example, if a patent license does not allow for the royalty-free redistribution of the program by anyone who receives copies directly or indirectly through you, then the only way to run it and fulfill that license would be to completely refrain from distributing the program. All traffic destined for NC State networks is recorded and linked to the user as permitted by the NC State Administrative Regulation, Section II, G. (Computer Use Regulations). We will not be liable in any form for damages of any kind (realized or unrealized) resulting from the use or during the use or use bvpn.com the service relating to a registered user In any case, bvpn.com will never be liable for financial damages beyond what the user has paid to bvpn.com.

This policy governs the use of all VPN services for the NCSU network and users must comply with the Computer Use Ordinance. To ensure security, VPN services are stopped immediately if suspicious activity is detected. The service can also be disabled until the problem is identified and resolved. Any NC State employee who has intentionally violated the VPN`s acceptable use policy is subject to loss of VPN permissions. We reserve the right to terminate your account without notice or refund if we receive complaints from Internet service providers, businesses or users about illegal activities on your account. Most software licenses are designed to take away your freedom to share and modify them. In contrast, the GNU General Public License aims to guarantee your freedom to share and modify free software to ensure that the software is free for all its users. This general public license applies to most Free Software Foundation software and any other program whose authors agree to use it. (Some other software from the Free Software Foundation falls under the GNU Public License General Library.) You can also apply it to your programs. a) You must take action to ensure that the modified files contain clearly visible indications that you have modified the files and the date of modification. b) you must feed yourself so that all works that you distribute or publish, that contain or are derived from it in whole or in part of the program or are derived from it, are granted free of charge to all third parties under the terms of this license.

c) If the modified program normally reads commands interactively when executed, you must have it printed or display, when executed in the most ordinary manner for such interactive use, an advertisement containing a corresponding copyright notice and a notice that there is no warranty (or that you give a warranty) and that users may redistribute the program under these conditions; and tell the user how to view a copy of this license. (Exception: If the program itself is interactive, but usually does not print such an ad, your program-based work is not required to print an ad.) NC State`s recognized faculty, staff, and students can take advantage of a VPN, which is a „user-managed“ service. This means that the user is responsible for selecting an Internet Service Provider (ISP), coordinating the installation and installing the necessary software….