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if a webhost doesn't want to be associated with the site, they nix the hosting. they have every right to do this- but it's sad that this seems to be the norm.
what then? find a new host, wait a few months for it to repeat?
you could host things on your own computer, I suppose. but then what if your ISP doesn't care for what you have to say?
the most incredible thing I've seen so far though, is registrars actually revoking domains for this. I'd never even heard of this before today, but apparently a site in this category has just had this pulled on them. it was godaddy, if anyone's curious.
does anyone have any experience with this sort of thing? any tips for finding hosts, registrars, or maybe even isps that'd be willing to put up with you?
Try hosting in Canada, they seem a sensible nation. We certainly have had no problems hosting there.