Bluewave has policies in place to ensure that customers are able to access the lawful Internet content of their choice and run their preferred Internet applications. Blueawve promotes the continued development of the Internet. Bluewave’s network management practices are nondiscriminatory, application-neutral, and minimally intrusive. Bluewave may use one or more of the following industry standard procedures to manage its network. This list is not exhaustive.
a. Monitor the network to identify congestion, security breaches, malware or damage to the network
b. Reroute Internet traffic to relieve congestion
c. Complete additions or upgrades to increase network capacity
d. Enforcement of Acceptable Use Policy, Terms and Conditions of Service, and Service Agreements against customers abusing the network
e. Use security protocols to ensure authentication of customers
f. Provide resources to customers for identifying and reporting spam, viruses, firewall issues and phishing schemes
g. Filter spam
h. Prevent viruses from harming the network
i. Thwart Denial of Service (DOS) attacks
Network management practices are necessary to guard against harmful threats to the network such as network congestion, security attacks, excessive spam, and viruses. Reasonable network management practices ensure that Bluewave Customers have the best possible broadband Internet experience.
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