Section One – Acceptance


Our website address is: https://www.hostingsleuth.com

By using our website, you agree to our terms.

If you don’t agree to these terms, you’re not permitted to use our site.

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Welcome to Hosting Sleuth!

By using our website you’re agreeing to this agreement in its entirety, and your continued use of our site constitutes your acceptance of these terms. If you cannot agree with the terms specified in this agreement, you cannot use this site. Our use of the term “site” and “website” are interchangeable and they refer to this online presence located at the following address: https://www.hostingsleuth.com.

Keep in mind, we do reserve the right to modify any part of this agreement at any time with or without notifying our users. We’ll make every effort to let our users know our terms have changed.

Section Two – Intellectual Property


All written content, including videos, posts, and pages are ours, and ours alone. Under no circumstances may you or anyone else copy, plagiarize, or distribute our work without our permission.

Many of the images on this site are stock images that we have licensed or are royalty-free, and were not created by us. If you like them and want to use them for your website, please download them directly from the website they were sourced from. For most images, we use https://www.unsplash.com.

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Intellectual Property: Definition

In this instance, “our Intellectual Property” is hereby described as digital property that David Repasky is the exclusive and sole owner of. It can be assigned, transferred, distributed, destroyed, or sold at our discretion.

Intellectual Property

All written content, including videos, posts, and pages are ours, and ours alone. Said content is for the use of our audience. Under no circumstances shall any person, copy, download, transmit, or otherwise redistribute or rebroadcast our intellectual property, without our permission.

Sharing on social media is the exception to this rule. Sharing is always acceptable and is encouraged. We’ll cover sharing in the next section.

Image and Visual Intellectual Property

Most of the images on this site were sourced from 3rd party stock image websites. We did not create them and they are not a part of our intellectual property. Many of them are royalty-free. If you like the images displayed on our website and would like to use them on your website, please visit the stock image website and download them for yourself. For most images on this site, we use https://unsplash.com/. Please show courtesy to the artist and get the image from the source.

Except where noted, drawings and video content featured here are our creation and were not created by 3rd parties. Our videos are for the private consumption of our audience, and may not be plagiarized or redistributed in any way except where we provide express license, such as sharing. Sharing a video on social media is permitted and encouraged.

We’ll cover sharing in Section Three.

Section Three – Sharing


We encourage sharing. To that end, all site content may be shared on social media by using a hyperlink only.

Sharing by copying text or images and pasting them as your own is not ok. This is plagiarism, and will not be tolerated. All shared site content must have a link back to our website, and you must not represent yourself as having created it.

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In terms of this agreement, “Sharing” is defined as linking to our content on another source medium and allowing for that content to be seen on your website or social platform. Acceptable sharing is:

  • Done only using a hyperlink
  • Not copied and pasted text

No images may be shared, except what is generated automatically by social media software. Please respect the artists who created the images and use the original distribution network, instead of harvesting from our site.

Where Permissable

Under no circumstances may sharing take place on spammy or otherwise offensive sites. We reserve the right to ask you to remove any links from your site if we disapprove of how our link is used. Acceptable sites include social media sites like Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. It would also be acceptable to link to our site in a blog or other personal posting. It is never ok to use our link to promote products, or otherwise claim our work as your own.

Section Four – Limitation of Liability, Indemnification, Severability


In no way shall, David Repasky in any way be held liable for anything arising out of your private use of this website. Our content is meant to be informative but is in no way meant to be a substitute for your best judgment. We are not responsible for any adverse effects resulting from your use of this website.

You also agree to indemnify David Repasky to the fullest extent available from and against any liabilities, costs, fees, or damages arising from your use of this website.

Should any section or clause of this agreement be found to violate State, Commonwealth, or Federal Law; we consider it stricken, null and void, and invalid while other provisions remain fully in effect.

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Limitation of Liability

We are in no way liable for any outcome, result, or experience that happens to you as a result of your use of this website. This website is meant to be informational and informative but is not a substitute for your best judgment. While we try to only make true, fair, factual, and statements that are verified and not misleading on this website, we can’t know everything about your unique circumstances or how our advice will interact with you personally. This is why our advice is meant to be checked out and vetted against your best judgment.

For these reasons David Repasky, its officers, holdings, employees, partners, or vendors cannot be held liable for any action you take based on an experience from our site.


You also agree to indemnify David Repasky to the fullest extent available from and against any liabilities, costs, fees, or damages arising from your use of this website.


We will abide by the law, and should any part of this, or any agreement or covenant made between David Repasky and You be found to violate the law, it shall be immediately rendered moot and invalid, with the remainder of the agreements on this website to continue to be in full effect.

Section Five – Governing Law


The laws of Texas in the United States will be used to settle disputes, as well as uphold all agreements found on this website.

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Governing Law

For the administration of the agreements and covenants found on this website, the laws of Texas and the United States shall control. Any disputes shall be resolved with Arbitration under the jurisdiction of the laws of Texas and the United States.