incrediBILL - 2:05 pm on Jul 20, 2010 (gmt 0)
Some people seem to think TOS stand above the law and even above the constituion
It's a matter of civil contract law, nothing constitutional about it, BurstNet can terminate at any time for any reason.
Right on the BurstNet AUP [burst.net] page:
If any terms or conditions are failed to be followed, the client risks service suspension or termination. BurstNET™ reserves the right to remove any account, without prior notice.
People agree to these terms when they sign up and are suddenly shocked when companies actually do what their contracts give them the right to do after repeated violations.
No bloggers have been silenced, despite all the sensationalism from that peanut gallery, just publish the blog elsewhere.
The problem for all the bloggers out there didn't learn to BACKUP their data.
Nobody to blame for the data loss but themselves and they'll know better next time.