This article is the third in a series of four that covers much of the content that is prohibited from posting on MySpace.Â MySpace may investigate any of the following content but is not required to do so.
Prohibited activity includes advertising to or the solicitation of any member to sell or buy products or services through any of the MySpace services.
You can not send any chain letters or junk e-mail to other members of MySpace.Â Any information received from MySpace can not be used to advertise to, contact, sell to or solicit any member without their prior explicit consent.
MySpace.com may restrict the number of e-mails which a member may send to another member within a 24 hour time frame.Â This number is solely left up to the discretion of MySpace.com.
Since MySpace states that is would be nearly impossible to figure out the harm that could be caused by members sending unsolicited bulk mail, other unsolicited communications or instant messages through their services, they can charge members $50.00 for each infraction.
Also prohibited is the covering or obscuring any of the banner advertisements on a memberâ€™s person profile page or on any other MySpace.com page via HTML/CSS or any other means.
Members are prohibited from any automated use of the MySpace system.Â You can not use scripts to add friends or to send messages or comments.
You may not disrupt, create an undue burden or interfere with MySpace services.Â This includes any of the networks or services that are connected with MySpace.
Remember that MySpace.com reserves the right to investigate and terminate anyone who does not follow all the terms and conditions agreed to at the time of registration.