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bryn987

join:2009-01-13
Antioch, TN
reply to nfixit2004

Re: What usenet service everyone using now?

So, which service does not comply with DMCA notices? Been using usenet for a while and while they had perfect service, I've started having issues with items being taken down. So I switched to Astraweb last weekend and they are terrible; very horrible speeds.


90115534
Someone is sabotaging me.Finding out who
Premium
join:2001-06-03
Kenner, LA
said by bryn987:

So, which service does not comply with DMCA notices? Been using usenet for a while and while they had perfect service, I've started having issues with items being taken down. So I switched to Astraweb last weekend and they are terrible; very horrible speeds.

None.

If you want to get away from DMCA notices get a newsgroup provider located in Asia or Europe only. There are plenty.


Stem Bolt
Aka Smiling Bob
Premium
join:2002-11-08
Cleveland, OH
kudos:2

1 recommendation

reply to bryn987
said by bryn987:

So, which service does not comply with DMCA notices? Been using usenet for a while and while they had perfect service, I've started having issues with items being taken down. So I switched to Astraweb last weekend and they are terrible; very horrible speeds.

There are some Dutch providers that might be what your looking for.

»www.sunnyusenet.com/

»xsusenet.com/

»www.hitnews.com

I've heard some good word of mouth about Sunnyusenet.

There retention isn't as high as others though. Most of them only have servers in Europe.


90115534
Someone is sabotaging me.Finding out who
Premium
join:2001-06-03
Kenner, LA
Sunnyusenet is great.

unoriginal
Premium
join:2000-07-12
San Diego, CA
reply to bryn987
said by bryn987:

So, which service does not comply with DMCA notices? Been using usenet for a while and while they had perfect service, I've started having issues with items being taken down. So I switched to Astraweb last weekend and they are terrible; very horrible speeds.

Also consider a backup to your next main provider to cover any incompletes as well. I use usenetnow for my main source and a block account from astraweb for any missing bits. Between the two of them I can get just about anything I want.

woody99

join:2012-07-12
reply to Stem Bolt
said by Stem Bolt:

There are some Dutch providers that might be what your looking for.

»www.sunnyusenet.com/

»xsusenet.com/

»www.hitnews.com

I've heard some good word of mouth about Sunnyusenet.

There retention isn't as high as others though. Most of them only have servers in Europe.

hitnews.com on it's legal page says it complies with DMCA.. that can't be good.

how do you sign up for sunnyusenet.com it's all in dutch, lol

-w

decx
Premium
join:2002-06-07
Vancouver, BC
said by woody99:

how do you sign up for sunnyusenet.com it's all in dutch, lol

Try this:
»forums.redflagdeals.com/usenet-d···14149069

Note that some north american users have reported inconsistent speeds on Sunnyusenet.

woody99

join:2012-07-12
thx will try out sunnyusenet!


Stem Bolt
Aka Smiling Bob
Premium
join:2002-11-08
Cleveland, OH
kudos:2

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said by woody99:

how do you sign up for sunnyusenet.com it's all in dutch, lol

-w

»translate.google.com/?hl=en&tab=wT

Paste the Sunnyusenet web address into the box and Google should translate the site for you.

EDIT:

Google translate may not translated the entire website (ordering, ect.)

You can use Chrome browser and it will translate the whole website instead.