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opennic:dotarch:free [2017-04-13T02:19:10Z] (current)
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 +:!: .free is no longer in use. Please refer to its replacement [[opennic:​dot:​libre|.libre]].
 +====== .free TLD ======
 +===== Charter =====
 +===== Mission =====
 +The FreeNIC provides NAMESPACE, CERT AUTH and other services to its membership and to the general public to encourage the NON-COMMERCIAL USE of the Free Internet and the existing and future INTERNET infrastructure. For-profit organizations are permitted to use the Free Internet but must uphold the policy of NON-COMMERCIAL USE as detailed in the AUP. Commercial use for all other purposes is not acceptable and violates this policy.
 +===== Acceptable Uses =====
 +  * Communication between Free sites via verifiable secure and insecure (E)SMTP transactions.
 +  * File transfers between Free sites and other Free or non-Free sites, via verifiable secure and insecure protocols, excluding unsolicited advertisements.
 +  * Exchanging mail/news between the Free Internet and other non-commercial networks, using any suitable protocol.
 +  * Non-commercial advertisements in appropriate venues.
 +  * Promotion of commercial products and services, fundraising or public relations activities, contained solely within an individual or organization'​s own Free Internet site.
 +===== Unacceptable Use =====
 +  * UNSOLICITED COMMUNICATION outside of its site origin in which goods and/or services are offered for or not-for-profit violates the Free Internet MISSION of NON-COMMERCIAL USE. Incidents may be reported, logged and open to review of a site's membership status.
 +  * Gatewaying mail/news from the commercial internet (including Usenet) into the Free Internet.
 +  * Activities which violate the MISSION or ACCEPTABLE USES.
 +===== Contact Info =====
 +  * postmaster@opennic.free
 +  * hostmaster@opennic.free
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