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Can you point us to a concrete example of that?
I've been in the Internet industry for quite a while and have never heard of an ISP suing anyone because they were blocked by their firewall rules unless there was some sort of pre-existing contractual relationship where they had agreed to pass traffic for them.
Obviously they wouldn't have a legal leg to stand on, somehow trying to force someone into allowing their packets on the other persons server or network.