No unsolicited bulk or commercial email ("spam") may be sent to any address at sexworkersproject.org, including role accounts such as 'postmaster' or 'webmaster', and email addresses belonging to individual sexworkersproject.org users. sexworkersproject.org will take action to the fullest extent allowed by law against any individual or business violating this policy.
Harvesting of addresses from these pages or 'dictionary attacks' aimed at guessing addresses at sexworkersproject.org are similarly prohibited.
Comment forms, contact forms and other forms on the site are provided to communicate with the site owners or comment on the site content. Automated submission of messages, attempts to exploit forms to relay messages to other sites or posting of advertising messages through these forms is prohibited and may be illegal.
The operators of this website will not give, sell, or otherwise transfer addresses maintained by this site to any other party for the purposes of initiating, or enabling others to initiate, electronic mail messages.
The use of sexworkersproject.org addresses in the 'From:' line of an email message or envelope line of an email transaction by anyone who is not an authorized sexworkersproject.org user is strictly prohibited.
Violations of this policy will be reported to the relevant authorities and to the offender's registrar and Internet service or access providers.
This policy being clearly stated and accessible, the owners and operators of sexworkersproject.org shall have the right to whatever redress they consider appropriate, including unlimited monetary damages, against any individual or business violating this policy. Your use of any sexworkersproject.org address for the purposes of initiating an electronic mail message constitutes an implicit agreement to the terms of this policy.