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NetSession Interface User Bill of Rights

User Bill of Rights

1. Knowledge

Users have the right to know all functions the Akamai NetSession Interface software is designed to perform prior to installation. Akamai provides end users with access to easy to understand information and resources on the Akamai NetSession Interface, what it does and how it works. We are always improving our information here, and would love to hear your thoughts on how we can improve communication on our software. Kindly provide us your inputs by completing our feedback form.

2. Transparency

Users have the right to know what their Akamai NetSession Interface is doing at all times. Akamai provides a Control Panel (Windows) and System Preferences pane (Mac) application to show the current status of the client, its caches, and the various applications utilizing the Akamai NetSession Interface.

3. Control

Users have the right to have absolute control of their system. This means they should be able to:

  • delete files as they choose
  • turn the Akamai NetSession Interface on and off
  • easily uninstall the Akamai NetSession Interface

Akamai provides all of this functionality and more through our Control Panel (Windows) and System Preferences pane (Mac) interfaces, and through JavaScript/C APIs that Akamai customers can use to provide download management control within their web pages or applications.

Please take a look at Akamai NetSession Interface Design Principles and NetSession FAQs for more detailed information on the Akamai NetSession Interface.

For questions or feedback on Akamai's Bill of Rights, please complete our feedback form.