This document sets forth the principles, guidelines and requirements of the Acceptable Use Policy of Hentai USA Inc.. ("Company") governing the use by the Affiliate ("Affiliate") of the Company's services and products ("Services and Products"). The Purpose of Company's Acceptable Use Policy, hereinafter referred to as the AUP, is to comply with all federal, state, and local laws.

Company reserves the right to impose reasonable rules and regulations regarding the use of its services provided to all Affiliates and such rules and regulations are subject to change. The AUP is not an all inclusive exhaustive list and Company reserves the right to modify the AUP at any time as needed, effective upon either the posting of the modified AUP online or notify the Affiliate via email..

Any violation of the AUP may result in the suspension or termination of Affiliates account(s) or such other action as Company deems appropriate.

VIOLATION OF ANY SECTION OF THE AUP IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED AND MAY RESULT IN THE IMMEDIATE TERMINATION AFILLIATE FROM COMPANY.

Any questions or comments regarding the AUP should be directed to webmaster@hentaikey.com.

Compliance with Law

Customer shall not post, transmit, re-transmit or store material on or through any of Services or Products which, in the sole judgment of the Company (i) is in violation of any local, state, federal or non-United States law or regulation, (ii) threatening, obscene, indecent, defamatory or that otherwise could adversely affect any individual, group or entity (collectively, "Persons") or (iii) violates the rights of any person, including rights protected by copyright, trade secret, patent or other intellectual property or similar laws or regulations including, but not limited to, the installation or distribution of "pirated" or other software products that are not appropriately licensed for use by Customer. Customer shall be responsible for determining what laws or regulations are applicable to its use of the Services and Products.

Child Pornography

Company will cooperate fully with any criminal investigation into a Customer's violation of the Child Protection Act of 1984 concerning child pornography. Affiliates are ultimately responsible for the actions over Company network, and will be liable for illegal material posted.

According to the Child Protection Act, child pornography includes photographs, films, video or any other type of visual presentation that shows a person who is or is depicted as being under the age of eighteen years and is engaged in or is depicted as engaged in explicit sexual activity, or the dominant characteristic of which is the depiction, for a sexual purpose, of a sexual organ or the anal region of a person under the age of eighteen years or any written material or visual representation that advocates or counsels sexual activity with a person under the age of eighteen years.

Violations of the Child Protection Act should be reported to the U.S. Customs Agency at 1-800-BEALERT.


Copyright Infringement

Company network may only be used for lawful purposes. Transmission, distribution, or storage of any information, data or material in violation of United States or state regulation or law, or by the common law, is prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to, material protected by copyright, trademark, trade secret, or other intellectual property rights; including creating, utilizing, distributing unauthorized copies of software, or the use of BitTorrent or other types of technologies utilized in the distribution of illegally copied materials. Company will cooperate with all law enforcement agencies in relation to alleged copyright infringement.

Repeated violations of Comapny Copyright Infringement Policy could result in permanent suspension of Affilaite's account.

Hosting Policy

Data Unlawful or Against the AUP: Promoting violation of the law or the AUP by hosting data that facilitates the violation is prohibited, including but not limited to:

Web pages that detail the methodology of committing unlawful acts, or acts violating this AUP.
Hosting software, scripts, or other resources intended to facilitate committing unlawful acts, or acts violating this AUP.
Advertising, transmitting, storing, or using any software, script, program, product, or service designed to violate this AUP.
Harvesting. The collection of email addresses, credit card information, or other personal information for fraudulent use or sale is prohibited.
Phishing. Hosting web pages with forwards to, containing scripts or executables for, or any other component of an operation designed to fraudulently collect authentication, credit card, names, addresses, or any other personal data (“phishing”) is not permitted.
Spamvertised Sites. Hosting web pages advertised by spam sent from another network (“spamvertised”) is not permitted.


Email Policy

Email Spam: Company has a zero stance policy on SPAM, Junk E-mail or UCE. Spam, Junk-mail and UCE are defined as: the sending of the same, or substantially similar, unsolicited electronic mail messages, whether commercial or not, to more than one recipient. A message is considered unsolicited if it is posted in violation of a newsgroup charter or if it is sent to a recipient who has not requested or invited the message. UCE also includes e-mail with forged headers, compromised mail server relays, and false contact information. This prohibition extends to the sending of unsolicited mass mailings from another service, which in any way implicates the use of Company whether or not the message actually originated from our network.

Drop-Box Accounts. Using this network for the receipt of replies to unsolicited mass email (spam) sent from a third-party network is prohibited.
Header Forgery: Forgery of email headers (“spoofing”) is prohibited.
Proxy Spamming: Spamming via third-party proxy, aggregation of proxy lists, or installation of proxy mailing software is prohibited.
Relaying. Configuration of a mail server to accept and process third-party messages for sending without user identification and authentication is prohibited.
Mass Mailings: Sending mass unsolicited email is considered spam. Unsolicited email is defined as email sent to a recipient who has not double-opted in to mailings from the Customer. Senders of mass mailings must maintain complete and accurate records of all opt-ins, including the email and its headers if applicable, and provide such records to Company upon request. If positive and verifiable proof of opt-in cannot be provided, complaints from recipients of the mailing are considered proof they did not subscribe and the mailing is unsolicited.

Mailing Lists: Company's mass mailing rules also apply to mailing lists, list servs, or mailing services contracted for by Affiliate. The policy is stated as follows: An acceptable mailing list will be focused at a targeted audience that has voluntarily signed up for e-mail information using a double opt-in process or that has made their e-mail address available to Affiliate for distribution of information. The list must also allow for automatic removal by all end Customers with non-distribution in the future.

Suspension and Cancellation

Company will use reasonable care in notifying the Affiliate and in resolving the problem in a method resulting in the least amount of service interference as reasonably possible. Company reserves the sole right to suspend service to any Affiliate for violation of the AUP without notice. Company reserves the right to terminate service without notice for any violations of the AUP.

Failure to resolve the AUP violation within 48hours will result in the following:

Removal of the violating content or service
Temporary shutdown of the Site\
Repeat violation of the above terms will result in the following actions.

Immediate removal of site with no re-activation.