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    Speakeasy believes in the right of the individual to publish information
    they feel is important to the world via the Internet. Unlike many ISP's,
    Speakeasy allows customers to run servers (web, mail, etc.) over their
    Internet connections.

  My impression when I first read their ToS was, 'Wow! An ISP that has a
really does exist.'

On Mon, Mar 11, 2002 at 10:39:54AM -0500, Peter R. Wood (Lists) wrote:
> From what I've heard, DSL is pretty good about letting you
run servers.  I would subscribe to them if I didn't live so far away from my
> Peter

-Paul Iadonisi
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