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Thomson Reuters Web of Science Acceptable Use Policy
This Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) sets forth the principles that govern the use by customers of the Web-based products and services provided by Thomson Reuters. This AUP is designed to help protect our customers, and the Internet community, from irresponsible, abusive or illegal activities.
This AUP identifies the actions that Thomson Reuters considers to be Prohibited Actions (meaning those actions which create denial of access or impediment of service).
Prohibited Actions: General Terms and Conditions of Use
Assigning, selling or passing along the Licensed Product.
Prohibited Actions: Impersonation/Forgery
Prohibited Actions: Network unfriendly activity
Prohibited Actions: Commercial e-mail
Sending large volumes of unsolicited e-mail (aka "mail bombing") is prohibited.
Prohibited Actions: Access control and Authentication
Prohibited Actions: Proxy Hunters, Spiders, Robots
Thomson Reuters reserves the right to monitor Internet access to the Thomson Reuters services by authorized User(s)/Licensee(s), as part of the normal course of its business practice. Should Thomson Reuters discover User(s) engaged in Prohibited Actions as outlined above, which create denial of access or impediment of service, and which adversely affect Thomson Reuters’s ability to provide services, Thomson Reuters reserves the right to temporarily suspend User/Licensee access to the Thomson Reuters Host Server and/or Database. Thomson Reuters shall make written/electronic notification to User or Licensee point of contact of any temporary suspension, and the cause thereof, as soon as reasonably possible. This temporary suspension will remain in effect until the Prohibited Actions have ceased.