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Re: doesn't take long for the dmca's notices to start rolling in..
The hosting provider is still getting take down notices etc and sent me an email wanting to know what other preemptive actions I have taken or can take to prevent anymore notices from coming in.
Supposedly the DC is threatening to pull the plug on their server if they don't do something about my tor node...
So it's looking like a relay or bridge but exit node isn't looking like a happy future right now..
If I limit my exit ports to http(s) and ssh; would that pretty much stop the torrenting?
Or does anyone know a good vps hosting company they can point me too?
One that isn't racked in the FDC DC?
On Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 6:18 PM, Mike L <jackoroses@xxxxxxxxx>
Thank you for the links.
My provider replied back and they are happy with the response and have no issues
with Tor continuing to run.
They have forwarded the response to the DC and told me it will be their call though
if they should decide to null route my ip or not..
One notice wouldn't be too bad but I was nailed with what looks like 11 of them..
On Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 5:52 PM, Bill Weiss <houdini+tor@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Mike L(jackoroses@xxxxxxxxx)@Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 05:13:17PM -0500:
I've been running an exit node for years, and until last month I hadn't
> Like my subject states just started running Tor and...
> Less than a month with Tor running and I have received several DMCA's from
> the isp just now..
> Sure doesn't take long for those to start flying..
> Well I shall see how the host I have the account with responds to the
> template provided to us..
ever received a DMCA notice. Lots of abuse notices, but never DMCA.
However, I got hit by one last month, and one a couple of days ago (from
different companies). I used the form letter from the Tor site, and my
hosting provider seemed happy enough with the results.
It waxes and wanes :)
Any sufficiently complicated C or Fortran program contains an ad hoc
informally-specified bug-ridden slow implementation of half of Common
-- Philip Greenspun