All material on this page is intended to provide the general guidelines used by the Abuse Prevention Team for common violations of Data BaGG's Terms of Service. This is not a comprehensive list of all possible violations, and these policies are subject to change at any time without prior notice.
Data BaGG strictly forbids the backing up, storing, and sharing of any prohibited content. Prohibited content includes, but is not limited to
Data BaGG enforces content recognition and filtering and a manual review of files backed up and stored.
Data BaGG enforces a strict policy. Data BaGG reserves the right to remove, delete and terminate any account where files have been identified to have breach our terms.
If any account that has been proven to have breached our terms the account will automatically lock and all stored data deleted within 8 hours, any evidence will be forwarded to the correct authorities.
The users, Name, Address, IP Address, Computer Motherboard Serial Number, Hard Drive Serial Number and Mac Address will be added to a Black List. The said Black List enforces than any entities on the list are prevented from using the Data BaGG service.
All cases where Data BaGG has used its Takedown Policy where it deems that, Child exploitation has been uploaded will immediately report the account holder to the relevant authorities such as the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children’s (“NCMEC???) “CyberTipline.???, and judicial law enforcement.
Law Enforcement Response, Data BaGG will cooperate with all law enforcement requests and any court order including subpoenas, search warrants, discovery orders and any other valid court order. Data BaGG will provide any merchants such as PayPal with its written policy concerning response to contact from law enforcement agencies regarding prohibited content stored or distributed through its service.
If you have specific questions about any of these policies, please firstname.lastname@example.org