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Re: Complain against comcast

 On Jan 18, 2008 6:42 PM, Gregory Boyce <[hidden email]> wrote: 
> On Fri, 18 Jan 2008, Mark Woodward wrote: 
> > I say we all register complaints against comcast with the state attorney 
> > general. 
> > 
> > While port 25 may not be a big deal to many, to some this arbitrary and 
> > capricious denial of service without notice or recourse is harmful and should 
> > absolutely be something actionable. 
> Somehow I think that would go over like a lead balloon.  Hosting an e-mail 
> server is explicetly against their Terms of Service which while I'm not a 
> lawyer, I believe it well within their rights. 
> "You agree not to use HSI for operation as an Internet service provider, a 
> server site for ftp, telnet, rlogin, e-mail hosting, "Web hosting" or 
> other similar applications, for any business enterprise, or as an 
> end-point on a non-Comcast local area network or wide area network." 
> I suppose you could argue that your mail server is not for business use. 
> Now I think their blocking of Bitorrent traffic should be a bit more 
> actionable as long as you can demonstrate legitimate uses. 
> -- 
> Greg 

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