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Re: Abuse complaint

On Tue, Oct 07, 2008 at 04:21:32PM -0400, Michael Holstein wrote:
> http://help.twcable.com/html/twc_misp_aup.html
> However, like many ISPs, it still contains this clause :
> The ISP Service may not be used to breach or attempt to breach the  
> security, the computer, the software or the data of any person or  
> entity, including Operator, to circumvent the user authentication  
> features or security of any host, network or account, to use or  
> distribute tools designed to compromise security, or to interfere with  
> another's use of the ISP Service through the posting or transmitting of  
> a virus or other harmful item to deliberately overload or flood that  
> entity's system.
> ... and they make no distinction between YOU (as in the real you) and  
> TOR (as in traffic that appears to come from you, but isn't the real  
> you) .. all they care about is what comes out of your pipe.

Would it be useful to set up some pages on the wiki
with pointers to Tor-friendly and Tor-unfriendly ISPs, 
organized by country?
For example, Rogers Cable in Canada still had the "no servers" rule in their TOS this year,
but TekSavvy does not.
One concern might be proliferation of stale information.

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