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Just in case my other LONG WINDED post gets lost - it was in the Apache Web Server category, here is some shoocking info.
Too important for it not to get noticed.
They have 175,000 hijacked pages indexed on Google including this site.
Example of hijacked page:
Look on Google:
[edited by: trillianjedi at 8:47 pm (utc) on Mar. 9, 2005]
[edit reason] They're known here, let's lose the specifics [/edit]
I can relate to this since my family runs a chain of stores in SoCal. We cannot deny anyone entrance into our properties UNLESS they are a repeat nuisance, but even then, we would have to file a police report, etc. etc.
However, it is my understanding that the internet is a different playing field. It is our webspace, we pay for the domain and we maintain our website ourselves. That being said, I think I am as free as any webmaster to deny traffic from anyone/anywhere without due cause. I have no need to ever explain my actions, if I feel like banning someone, I'm within my rights to do so. After all, I am the one paying for the webhosting and everything right?