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uCoz Terms of Use
Natashko
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Message # 1 | 2:29 PM
Please, read the Terms now to avoid unpleasant surprises in future.


If you still have questions, feel free to post them here.
All complaints about violations of the uCoz Terms of Use should be forwarded to the uCoz Abuse Service here: http://www.ucoz.com/abuse (the form at the bottom of the page).

Frequently Asked Questions


1. Are there any additional reasons for websites to be removed (blocked) by uCoz, like usage of harmful scripts etc.?

Scripts that make site navigation difficult and hinder users from managing a website in a proper way are definitely harmful. There is a high possibility that such website is going to be removed without any warning.

2. Is it allowed to post erotic related content on the website?

Yes, it is. But be very careful. Avoid close-up shots. And remember: pornographic, obscene, nude, graphically violent, and other inappropriate content is strictly prohibited.

3. Am I allowed to perform commercial activity (business) on my uCoz websites?

Yes, you are. It is not prohibited by the uCoz Terms of Use.

4. Is it allowed to apply noindex or nofollow to the system copyright?

No. It is prohibited as well as hiding of the uCoz copyright in any other way.
Paradox
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Message # 61 | 8:45 PM
Hi675445, the uCoz ad-bar is not displayed on sites until 9 days after the sites original creation. Since uCoz made it so that the banner is hidden for this time they won't block your site unless you are breaking further terms. Please remember to use search next time.

Hope this helps, happy

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Moe
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Message # 62 | 8:46 PM
ok so i am just wondering some of the ucoz website contain adult content how and why do they have that on there site Can anyone tell me how they got it in there and why?
Post edited by Moe - Sunday, 2011-06-26, 6:19 AM
CodeResolution
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Message # 63 | 8:46 PM
Moe, those sites that contain adult content are violating the uCoz Terms of Use. You can report those sites using the 'Abuse Report' link on the bottom of the uCoz homepage.
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khen
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Message # 64 | 8:46 PM
Moe, Adult contents might be allowed for some reasons (you know what I mean). But to be safe, don't create porn site in uCoz. Abide uCoz terms of service and assured your website will be doing well.
Animorph
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Message # 65 | 8:46 PM
khen, Is correct , i asked Tech Support yesterday , porn is not allowed , nude content is. But i would not recommend you to create both of these sites.
Natashko
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Message # 66 | 8:46 PM
Moe,
Quote (Moe)
Can anyone tell me how they got it in there and why?

You need to understand that there are more than 1.000.000 active websites created within uCoz web-services. It is not that easy to find adult content websites in order to block them or put a warning sign. That is why we encourage all of our users to report uCoz Abuse service about such websites to have them stopped from violating uCoz Terms of Use. Thank you.
X-TRAK
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Message # 67 | 8:46 PM
It is unfortunate that you can not create sites with content for adults. wacko
Post edited by X-TRAK - Monday, 2011-07-18, 1:21 PM
Pancake_old
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Message # 68 | 9:11 AM
RE: the adult stuff. lol...now wait a second let me think for a second...help me out here...
Is this like You can But you cant ?

I'm reading
Quote (Natashko)
2. Is it allowed to post erotic related content on the website?

Quote (Natashko)
Yes, it is. But be very careful. Avoid close-up shots. And remember: pornographic, obscene, nude, graphically violent, and other inappropriate content is strictly prohibited.


In this part where it says (it is allowed) why does it change to (be very careful) ?
its you can or you cant what one is it ? biggrin

And then it says to avoid close ups. If you post video do you have to blur there faces or somthing ? or wonder if theres no faces but its all close ups ?

And then after saying its allowed we have it going back saying (And remember: pornographic, obscene, nude, graphically violent, and other inappropriate content is strictly prohibited)

Now its not allowed ? LOL! what the heck haha!

What a interesting topic this is tongue

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Sunny
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Message # 69 | 10:34 AM
Pancake, erotic content is allowed, pornographic - no.
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Pancake_old
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Message # 70 | 6:58 AM
Quote (Sunny)
Pancake, erotic content is allowed, pornographic - no.

ok tell me what you get if you search (erotic) cause it kinda looks like the same thing.
How do you tell one from the other ?

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Paradox
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Message # 71 | 4:17 PM
Pancake, essentially it's a fine line. From what I am assuming it is going to be determined by case and what the content is. This problem is why it is advised that users simply do not include any form of adult content on their sites as it prevents confusion and situations from developing.
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