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FFH5
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join:2002-03-03
Tavistock NJ
kudos:5

Financial incentive to use more than DNS block

With big fines facing the ISPs involved, maybe they will use something other than a plain vanilla DNS block. How about them changing routing tables in the ISPs routers to black hole the IP addresses involved. And then also block all the proxy servers they can find.
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kxrm

join:2002-07-18
Fort Worth, TX
Might as well block the internet.


Jpres13

@comcast.net
+1 to kxrm
There is no easy way to accomplish this. There are too many ways around too many of the possible fixes. VPN, proxies, etc, anyone determined enough to get to that website will still be able to, regardless of what the ISP puts in place (read: Determined)


Oleg
Premium
join:2003-12-08
Birmingham, AL
kudos:2
reply to FFH5
Well there is always VPN option to consider.


DataRiker
Premium
join:2002-05-19
00000
reply to Jpres13
A simple free proxy would do the trick.


fuziwuzi
Not born yesterday
Premium
join:2005-07-01
Atlanta, GA
reply to FFH5
said by FFH5:

With big fines facing the ISPs involved, maybe they will use something other than a plain vanilla DNS block. How about them changing routing tables in the ISPs routers to black hole the IP addresses involved. And then also block all the proxy servers they can find.

You would love the internet in China.
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