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Re: How to ban many IPs?

On Wed, Nov 05, 2008 at 11:21:54AM -0500, tor-operator@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote 1.4K bytes in 29 lines about:
: Your internet service providers may not be at legal risk, but they can 
: nonetheless be held accountable for breaches of their own transit providers' 
: terms-of-service agreements, and if your exit-node is found to be the cause 
: of a given TOS violation, the ISP may end up disco'ing you for fiduciary or 
: business reasons, not legal ones.
: And before you ask, since these restrictions are generally considered content 
: agnostic (for example: "all IRC is proscribed over this transit link"), an 
: argument can be made that such restrictions are fair since it looks 
: non-discriminatory.

Right.  Exit policies exist to accomodate such requests from the ISP.
Generally, the ISP doesn't disconnect you on the first violation of
their ToS policies.  As the customer, you should read the ToS and be
aware of the consequences of violating it.