|For the purpose of this Code:
“Acceptable Use Policy” or “AUP” means a policy defined by the Service Provider as to the acceptable nature of use of a service subscribed.
“Child” means all persons under the age of 18 years as defined by the Child Act 2001.
“Code” means this IASP Code.
“Consumer Forum” means the Consumer Forum of Malaysia set up pursuant to the CMA 1998.
“CMA 1998” means the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 including any amendments thereto from time to time.
“Consumer” means a person who receives, acquires, uses or subscribes to the Internet access service provided by any Service Provider. This includes a Customer.
“Customer” means a person who, for consideration, acquires or subscribes to the Internet access service provided by any Service Provider.
“GCC” means General Consumer Code of Practice for the Communications and Multimedia Industry Malaysia.
“Guardian” means natural parent or any person having care and control over a child.
“Internet” means a global information system that is able to support communications using the Internet Protocol (IP) suite or its subsequent extensions/follow-ons, and/or other IP-compatible protocols.
“Internet Access Service” means an applications service whereby a person is able to access Internet services and applications.
“Internet Access Service Provider” or “IASP” means a person who provides Internet Access Service.
“MCMC” means the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission established under the
Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission Act 1998.
“Personal Information” means any information collected by the Service Provider from the Customer that identifies the Customer.
“Service Provider” means the service provider as set out in Section 5.1 (Part 1).
“Spam” means unsolicited electronic messages sent through various communication modes including but not limited to e-mails, mobiles short message (SMS) or instant messaging services where there is no prior relationship between the sender and the recipient regardless of content whether commercial or non-commercial messages including malicious program and/or data.
“Website” means a file that contains text, audio and/or visual data accessible on the World Wide Web by a
single Uniform Resource Locator (URL).
“World Wide Web” means the network of websites accessible on the Internet using including, but not limited to, the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (‘http’).