By using our hosting services, you grant us access to your website and database for the purpose of hosting and/or backing up your content.
In order to address security vulnerabilities, we will first notify you, and then we may push an upgrade to your site, or we may access your site to remove malicious code.
We may scan your data and content to compile aggregated/anonymized statistics for our internal use to optimize the performance and security of the service.
If you lose access to your nuevcloud account or cancel your membership, you will not be able to access your hosting or backup data. We may not be able to recover backups or data more than fourteen (14) days after the account goes inactive.
You grant us a worldwide, royalty-free, and non-exclusive license to copy and store your data and content only to the extent necessary to operate the Service. You own your data and content.

For sites that we host, our goal is an uptime of 100% – meaning all sites are available 24/7/365. We know that sometimes this goal may not be achieved, and in those cases, the following Service Level Agreement (SLA) applies:

We guarantee a 99.9% uptime SLA.
We do not place any hard limits on traffic, visits, or bandwidth on your sites. Should your site experience a spike in traffic (both human and/or by bots), your site may experience performance problems or even downtime. We will send an alert on how to upgrade your hosting plan to higher resources in this case, and our SLA will not apply.
Should the SLA not be met during a calendar month, you are entitled to an SLA Credit. You must contact support to request an SLA Credit within 30 days of the end of the month for which the SLA was not met. Credits will be valued at 5% of your monthly hosting charges for each full hour of downtime beyond the SLA and will not exceed 100% of your hosting charges. Downtime will be determined by our monitoring tools.
Our SLA applies to any human errors by our team and by employees or contractors of any 3rd party service providers that we use to supply the hosting service.
Our SLA does not apply to any downtime that is out of our control, including problems resulting from 3rd party code, user-error, or natural disasters such as floods or earthquakes.