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Microsoft Service Agreement Last Updated: May 2009
THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING MICROSOFT!
1. What the Contract Covers.
This is a contract between you and the Microsoft company referenced in section 29. Sometimes the Microsoft company referenced in section 29 is referred to as "Microsoft," "we," "us" or "our". This contract applies to any Windows Live, Bing, MSN, Microsoft Office Live or other Microsoft software or services, including updates, that display or link to this contract and that you use while this contract is in force. All of the software or services are referred to in this contract as the "service."
Please note that we do not provide warranties for the service. The contract also limits our liability. These terms are in sections 20 and 21, and we ask you to read them carefully.
2. When You May Use the Service.
You may start using the service as soon as you have finished the sign-up process. No withdrawal right or other "cooling off" period applies to the service and you waive any applicable "cooling off" period, except if the law requires a "cooling off" period despite your waiver and even when a service starts right away.
3. How You May Use the Service.
In using the service, you will:
- obey the law;
- obey any codes of conduct or other notices we provide;
- obey the Microsoft Anti-spam Policy, which is available at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=117951;
- keep your service account password secret; and
- promptly notify us if you learn of a security breach related to the service.
4. How You May Not Use the Service.
In using the service, you may not:
- engage in, facilitate or further unlawful conduct;
- use the service in a way that harms us or our advertisers, affiliates, resellers, distributors and/or vendors, or any customer of ours or our advertisers, affiliates, resellers, distributors and/or vendors;
- use any portion of the service as a destination linked from any unsolicited bulk messages or unsolicited commercial messages ("spam");
- use any unauthorized third party software or service to access the Microsoft instant messaging network (currently known as the .NET Messenger Service);
- use any automated process or service to access and/or use the service (such as a BOT, a spider, periodic caching of information stored by Microsoft, or "meta-searching");
- use any unauthorized means to modify or reroute, or attempt to modify or reroute, the service;
- damage, disable, overburden, or impair the service (or the network(s) connected to the service) or interfere with anyone's use and enjoyment of the service; or
- resell or redistribute the service, or any part of the service.