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Re: My ISP block Tor Servers
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- Subject: Re: My ISP block Tor Servers
- From: "Ringo Kamens" <2600denver@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2007 18:28:05 -0600
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Chances are they didn't establish in the contract they could block
sites. Also, it does piss me off and I think I could start a letter
writing campaign and pressure them for violating net neutrality. Even
though I don't think net neutrality is solidified in law, many rulings
from the FCC and SEC require it. (For instance the ATT merger stated
they had to uphold net neutrality)
Comrade Ringo Kamens
On 4/16/07, Eugene Y. Vasserman <eyv@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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Why exactly would blocking Tor be illegal (and in which country)?
Thus spake Ringo Kamens:
> Which ISP is it? This certainly seems illegal. I've also experienced
> similar issues on school networks.
> Comrade Ringo Kamens
> On 4/16/07, Dr. Death <drdeath@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> My ISP Blocked most of tor servers that provide the "cached-routers".
>> any Idea how to bypass this issue !
>> I use a vpn connection to connect to another ISP and wait until tor
>> get the
>> circuit complete.
>> i save the cached-routers file and rename it, when tor empty the original
>> file i replace it with the one i have and it work again.
>> The Best Security Is Knowledge
>> Get your free email from http://bsdmail.com
Eugene Y. Vasserman
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