Changes between Version 301 and Version 302 of doc/GoodBadISPs


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Sep 12, 2013, 3:29:12 AM (6 years ago)
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raindog308
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typo - shoulda previewed

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    1616 * [http://www.binarycpu.com/ Binary CPU] allows Tor nodes. I got a promotional unmetered package and been hosting an exit relay since January 2012. - December 2012: Sadly everything has come to an end, I guess. Binary CPU has discontinued their VPS services so there goes my fast exit node :(
    1717 * [http://buyvm.net BuyVM.net] Low cost and "good" bandwidth limit. TOR exit nodes were once allowed but no longer (per their [https://my.frantech.ca/aup.php Acceptable Use Policy].  Relay nodes are fine.
    18 * [http://chunkhost.com ChunkHost] Good bandwidth, great uptime, excellent support, all around excellent VPS provider.  However they questionable policies about TOR.  They received one DMCA notice and despite the standard response, tell me VPS will be disable with one more notification.  Still working this out. -hRB Jan/2012
     18 * [http://chunkhost.com ChunkHost] Good bandwidth, great uptime, excellent support, all around excellent VPS provider.  However they questionable policies about TOR.  They received one DMCA notice and despite the standard response, tell me VPS will be disable with one more notification.  Still working this out. -hRB Jan/2012
    1919 * [http://cinipac.com Team Cinipac] Team Cinipac "allow on all server locations services like Tor/VPN/I2P because we are supporting projects who safe the privacy like wikileaks, Tor etc. We stand behind our customer and abuse will be forwarded to you to take action. If you have problems, need help etc. just only contact our Abuse/Law Department they will help you in this case. We do not provide any kind of information to third parties. Our company locate in Panama and we ignore court orders from other countries, because we think privacy is an human right."
    2020 * [http://www.cyberonic.com Cyberonic] is now on the COVAD backbone, so you should be able to get service from them anywhere you could get other COVAD-based service. They offer 6.0m/768kbps at $59/month, w/ a static IP. Can't recall ever having downtime due to them and their TOS only restrict Email relay servers (and that's probably only enforced if you have complaints). All other servers ok. If you sign up, tell 'em brianwc sent you and I think I get a free month. -- BrianC