Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by x5g7j9l3x, Apr 3, 2012.
Anyone can recommend me a Host + Registar That Dont Care About Spam/Abuse/DMCA Complaints..?
LMAO - the last one I heard of had their doors padlocked by the Feds. Finding a host that typically invest a million dollars on a small startup willing to risk their investment for spammers is quite rare these days. Even Xsservers has been forced to succumb to the man. They've been criticized for years by competing hosting services and with the shortage of IPv4s it looks like ARIN has the upper hand. BurstNet is the next target I'm sure.
Good luck but most likely you need to find hosting in Russia where xrummer host.
As far as Registries they follow court orders. The big ones (dot com, net, org) are under USA jurisdiction regardless of where they're hosted or operate. You could have bulletproof hosting in Russia but a dot com, net, org only needs a USA court order to take the website down. That is how all the file sharing and gambling sites got taken down. A USA court order to Verisign and all the sites went offline and pointed to the DHS website.
I use webcare360 as my host. They've been good to me. I use PRQ.se for my domain registrar, once again, no issues. I ran to them when I was getting shut down for a DMCA complaint. They were very quick, as I only had 48 hours up my sleeve.
does webcare360 ignore all abuse/DMA complaints..?
Same here I got a DMCA complaint for one of my gaming blogs. Hostable immediately suspended my hosting account but they gave me a second chance as a courtesy and removed the domain and files related to the specific site that infringed something. I googled for offshore hosting and found webcare360. Got my hosting account in a few minutes.
Well according to their site, its got NO DMCA Complaints. Their servers are located on NL.
Dont waste your time to contact US hosts about it, they will not allow it
try some russion, or german or netherland Hosting
try lostonthenet hosting.. yes it is there name.. they also ignore dmca..as i think
Did for me. I was originally on HostGator, as I didn't realise we were selling replicas. Wanting to keep it going, I moved it to Webcare360 after HostGator informed me I had 48 hours to stop selling the replicas, and remove all copyrighted images. Kept it up for months before ending the project, and didn't hear a word from the host
why not get a VPS and not worry at all?(Well, if you got a offshore Unmanaged VPS, US VPS still care for DMCA Usually).
You can find Unmanaged ones in the same cost as conventional hosting, PM me if you need help or need a recommendation.
dont realy need a VPS, just need a basic anonymous offshore shared host that dont give shits about Abuse/DMCA Complaints..
Registrars have to adhere to DMCA complaints (at least for com net org us) since those TLDs are controlled from the US. Otherwise they will not be a registrar much longer. I have been told that other TLDs you can get away with it though. Hosting, like they said above
how does VPS help you not getting shut down? they complain to network owner/hosting abuse department. Then you get notice, why would they cover your arse? So called bullet-proof hosting cost much more than 7$/month. And hosting spam is a big NO NO lately.
does anyone have any experience with http://www.blackhathosting.net
do they ignore abuse/DMCA complaints ect..?
We ignore DMCA complaints, however, we don't allow spam. See signature, if you're interested.
I had a lady who was my editor on one of my sites get pissy and tell my host that she wrote all my content and that it was unpublished stolen content.
I proved to them that was untrue & they STILL took my site down. I was LIVID. People are so vindictive that its pathetic.
RMX hosting Looks ok, but no one offering Unlimited add on domains an bandwidth :/
What keeps "just anyone" from doing this to someone that happens to be a competitor?
About registrar i can suggest http://www.joker.com . They dont allow spam or so but they are also not giving much attention easily.
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