[tor-relays] Sitevalley is no longer Tor-friendly
catskillmarina at gmail.com
Fri Jul 19 10:20:29 UTC 2013
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On 07/19/2013 12:24 AM, grarpamp wrote:
> I don't see anything specific regarding Tor or its capabilities in
> their AUP. But there are bits that could be extended to cover Tor.
> Which it appears they did, whether for bandwidth or cost of dealing
> with 'complaints'.
It seems they may already have changed their AUP.
'contain any kind of proxy server or other traffic relaying programs'.
- --- Marina Brown
> They are in New Hampshire, perhaps you could let the
> FreeStateProject know (cc: SV) that they are perhaps not a company
> that FreeStater's should patronize.
> Also, asking a hosters via their support/sales staff if they permit
> Tor is not helpful. These droids do not have the authority to do
> anything other than take the sale and kick you later. You need to
> talk with someone higher up beforehand if you wish to secure
> better long term footing from any provider.
> Their AUP is ridiculous. Which is even more curious given they seem
> to be run by Russians and permit feedback reviews by hosted
> 'gaming' and 'teen-sex' sites on their front page.
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