"shetland.uk" and "shetland.co.uk" is a ".uk" SLD (Second Level Domain) registered to Shetland Broadband LLP, over which they have complete control subject to the terms and conditions of Nominet, the UK domain name registry (of which Shetland Broadband LLP is a member).
A sub-domain is a further step down the DNS (Domain Name System) hierarchy which allows another layer of addresses to be used, for example "myname.shetland.uk".
Shetland Broadband LLP will at it's sole discretion will licence such a sub-domain to users of qualifying services provided by them. The licence is subject to the terms and conditions detailed below.
To be considered for a licence the user must subscribe to a qualifying service provided by Shetland Broadband LLP (see item 4) and be either:
Services supplied by SBB (including Shetland Internet and Calloo) with which a "shetland" sub-domain can be used are:
Scope of licence for a "shetland" sub-domain:
"SBB" is an abbreviation of "Shetland Broadband LLP" (and also refers to Shetland Internet and Calloo Internet).
"SCBP" is an abbreviation of "Shetland Community Broadband Project".
"Account" means any package of services SBB provides to you (the customer), irrespective of whether they are paid for or free.
"AUP" refers to the Acceptable Use Policies of SBB.
"Broadband" is the collective term for a method of connection to the internet such as ADSL, fibre, radio etc..
"Customer" refers to an individual, organisation or business who is named as the recipient of a service or product provided by SBB, irrespective of whether they are paid for or free.
"Free" means that SBB do not currently make any charges to the customer for the service.
"Licence" refers to the permission given to a customer by SBB to use a named sub-domain of a domain registered to SBB eg "shetland.co.uk" and "calloo.co.uk".
"Licensee" refers to an individual, organisation or business to whom SBB has granted a licence.
"Malware" is an umbrella term used to refer to a variety of forms of hostile or intrusive software, including computer viruses, worms, trojan horses, ransomware, spyware, adware, scareware, and other malicious programs. It can take the form of executable code, scripts, active content, and other software.
"Net abuse" means any breach of SBB's Acceptable Use Policies
"Free web space" refers to web space given without charge by SBB to a customer for use with another SBB service. The free web space is conditional and only available for the duration of that account.
"Poster" means the author of the unacceptable article(s). This may or may not be the same as the customer, however, customers are ultimately responsible for all poster(s) using their accounts.
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