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[liberationtech] 'bullet proof' hosting

Miles Fidelman mfidelman at
Tue Aug 23 12:11:51 PDT 2011

frankltd at wrote:
> In the UK an issue is developing that involves robust comments about the
> practices of staff/doctors employed by a company known as ATOS, which
> conducts assessments, on behalf of the UK government, of peoples ability
> to work and hence entitlement to welfare benefits. However, it is being
> reported that ATOS is issuing letters to ISPs and forum hosts resulting
> in a number of forums discussing ATOS being closed.
> With this in mind, can anyone suggest any methods for 'bullet proof'
> hosting that functions under a jurisdiction that upholds freedom of
> expression in ways that don't lead to such 'take down' notices?

The obvious strategy is to mirror on multiple hosts in different 
jurisdictions, and make sure that domain registration and nameservice is 
in a country that values freedom of expression (or is spammer friendly).

In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice.
In<fnord>  practice, there is.   .... Yogi Berra

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