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Re: What's up with algebra.com?



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In <[email protected]>, on 10/18/98 
   at 07:43 PM, [email protected] (Igor Chudov @ home) said:

>As far as algebra.com is concerned, the list went down because my
>upstream site just installed anti-relaying rules, and everything going to
>algebra.com was rejected. Also, sendmail was not setuid and could not
>create mqueue files.

>I wish I could boast receiving attention from the IRS/BATF or  whatever,
>but so far i has not happened.

What is with these fascist ISP who think they have a *right* to regulate
the data stream of others? What's next, are they going to start blocking
domains because they don't like what is on a web page, or because they
don't like an e-mail message someone posts??

Don't have to worry about government censorship there are plenty of
civilians that are willing to do the work for them. :(

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