shinjiru closed exit node acceptnolimits

Thomas Hluchnik Thomas.Hluchnik at
Thu Jan 3 12:40:22 UTC 2008

Am Donnerstag, 3. Januar 2008 11:01 schrieb accept no limits:
> Hello everybody,
> on the 1st of January 2008 the web server provider shinjiru (Malaysia)  
> kicked my exit node acceptnolimits (traffic about 10 GB per day)  
> because of "abuse".
> Before the contract (serveral months ago) I asked if they have a  
> problem with tor running on their servers (exit node) and they  
> answered "you are most welcome."
> Up to now they have not answered my questions (about what happended).

What about going the "hard" way? They have a contract with you. You paid for a 
service they refuse to fulfill without comment. I dont know the malaysian 
laws but I think you should do steps to force them to fulfil their contract.

Some years ago I made the experience (with renting a house) that some people 
need some kind of warn shot until they start respecting you. In my case I got 
a (german) "Einstweilige Verfügung" and suddenly they spoke with me.

It makes me angry to read:

1) They throw me out
2) They refuse telling me why
2) I accept that

While doing so you show them that their way of behaviour works.

Kind Regards from germany

Thomas Hluchnik
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