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Need dedicated server ignore DMCA in NL or romania or russia 45$ BTC

Need dedicated server ignore DMCA in NL or romania or russia 45$ BTC

qweeqwee Member

yes i need these Need dedicated server ignore DMCA any help

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  • dwtbfdwtbf Member

    @qwee said: yes i need these Need dedicated server ignore DMCA any help

    Porn? Warez? DDoS?

  • BlaZeBlaZe Member, Provider

    We are selling servers in NL (https://www.stroix.com) and do accept BTC.

    But regarding the DMCA, I think there will be no serious hosting company willing to support illegal content on their servers.

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  • qweeqwee Member
    E3-1230 
    

    4 gb RAM 100GB SSD 1Gbps /w 10TB BW 1x IPv4 with IPMI + /64 IPv6 must be high speed on download and upload

    need deluxe

  • qweeqwee Member

    @dwtbf said:

    @qwee said: yes i need these Need dedicated server ignore DMCA any help

    Porn? Warez? DDoS?

    no not for porn or DDOS

  • defaultdefault Member

    @cociu ?

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  • qweeqwee Member

    @BlaZe said: We are selling servers in NL (https://www.stroix.com) and do accept BTC.

    But regarding the DMCA, I think there will be no serious hosting company willing to support illegal content on their servers. your speed 100Mbps Port need more like 1000 Mbps Port

  • Falco33Falco33 Member

    @qwee said:

    @dwtbf said:

    @qwee said: yes i need these Need dedicated server ignore DMCA any help

    Porn? Warez? DDoS?

    no not for porn or DDOS

    Warez?

  • qweeqwee Member

    @Falco33 said:

    @qwee said:

    @dwtbf said:

    @qwee said: yes i need these Need dedicated server ignore DMCA any help

    Porn? Warez? DDoS?

    no not for porn or DDOS

    Warez? nope

  • Falco33Falco33 Member

    @qwee said:

    @Falco33 said:

    @qwee said:

    @dwtbf said:

    @qwee said: yes i need these Need dedicated server ignore DMCA any help

    Porn? Warez? DDoS?

    no not for porn or DDOS

    Warez? nope

    Maybe @cocio can help you.

  • Falco33Falco33 Member

    I meant @cociu

  • qweeqwee Member

    @Falco33 said: I meant @cociu yes thanks

  • $7

  • quickquick Member
  • qweeqwee Member

    @quick said:

    @qwee said:

    @quick said: Do you still want to upload 1gb in 1-2 seconds?

    https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/116962/need-a-cheap-dedicated-server-in-nl-or-romania-or-russia-25-btc#latest

    yes

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  • defaultdefault Member

    @cociu said: i ca do something

    Yes. We know you can do something about this offer. We have trust in you.

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  • VPSlicesVPSlices Member, Provider

    You can check hostkey.com which offers DMCA ignored Russia dedicated servers.

    Or perhaps give a try to our RU VPS plans which also ignores DMCA. ;)

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  • xrzxrz Member
    edited July 16

    http://www.novogara.com/

    SM-SMALL-DC1
    SM-SMALL-DC1
        cpu: Dualcore Intel® Processor E2160
        memory: 2GB
        ips: 1
        hdd: 80GB SATA (max 2 disks)
        network: 10TB on 100 mbit unshared
    € 29,00
    

    Novogara does not allow anything (related) to the following content:

    • Spam
    • Malware
    • Phishing
    • Ddos
    • Childporn
  • hzrhzr Member

    xrz said: Novogara does not allow anything (related) to the following content:

    lol

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  • bsdguybsdguy Member
    edited July 16

    dmca is just a us-american thing with zero significance in other countries. Theoretically.

    What people like you need to understand is the following:

    • dmca is nothing to do with "right" and "justice". It's an abomination that became a law because ultra-greedy us-american corporations managed to buy enough rotten politicians to do their bidding.

    • officially, dmca isn't binding for anyone outside the us of a.

    • de facto, however, most western countries are more or less just vassals of the us of a

    • To oppose the hegemonial wanton demands of the us of a a country needs lots of power - which most don't have and hence they do not ignore dmca, at least not in more grave cases with lots of pressure from the us of a.

    • all (well almost all) countries do have diverse laws against cyber crimes. How quick, much, and hard they enforce those laws is quite variable. Most enforce at least in cases where their own citizens (or companies!) are victims.

    • keep cultural differences in mind. The Chinese, for instance, are not criminally minded but sharing is simply in their culture. For them sharing software isn't criminal but a socially normal way to act.

    As a result one can see basic groups:

    a) us of a and willing us of a vassals who pretty much send their police whenever a us-american agency (or the embassy) wishes.

    b) vassals with either some rests of dignity or lea too corrupt and rotten who ignore small fish but give in to pressure in more grave cases.

    c) Free and souvereign countries who don't care a fuck (and can afford to not care) about us-american wishes, let alone about us of a corporation wishes. Russia, China, and Iran are examples.

    Russia is a good example for other things I explained, too. In particular, Russia is not easy going; they do enforce (their) laws and they do fight crime. Try, for example, child porn in Russia and you will regret not having done it in the us of a...

    Summary: It pretty much boils down to a) where you are (physically) and b) what kind of stuff you want to host and/do. Hosting warez, for instance, is a very much different thing from hosting childporn. Hosting free speech is a very much different thing from hosting a C&C server for a bot net. Plus c) some things like spam are deeply despised everywhere and by "the internet" itself. It might even be legal in your jurisdiction but "the internet" will hunt you down and providers will blacklist/non-route the IP range, hence no provider in his right mind will tolerate that.

    Keeping all that in mind, @cociu might be the man to turn to. But don't you dream of him tolerating childporn or spamming, no matter the dmca.

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  • Can you write USA @bsdguy?

  • bsdguybsdguy Member

    @luissousa

    Can you understand the topic "Need dedicated server ignore DMCA in NL or romania or russia 45$ BTC"?

    Hint: It's not about how to write us of a part of a part of america.

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  • rskrsk Member, Provider

    Whether the DMCA is a US thing or not, that is not the case here.

    I do remember @Jarland saying that LET is hosted in the US, and thus discussions shouldn't be around : "Looking for a provider to allow me to upload warez/xx/etc."

  • teamaccteamacc Member

    @bsdguy said: Keeping all that in mind, @cociu might be the man to turn to. But don't you dream of him tolerating childporn or spamming, no matter the dmca.

    @cociu has on several occasions clarified that in the case of CP he'll shut the server down immediately, even if it's user-uploaded. I have no doubt that in worse cases he'll provide the law enforcement with every single bit of info he has. I would most certainly applaud him if he did.

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  • qweeqwee Member

    yes dmca is just a us-american thing

  • ClouviderClouvider Member, Provider

    Yeah, DMCA is a US only thing, but EU law is VERY similar and in hosting boils down to the provider loosing his legal protections the moment he has been made aware (by notice for example) that the material is stolen. Yes, stolen is the right word here. If the person hosting this gets sued, the provider who ignores the notice can be equally sued for damages as if they were co-operating in this actions.

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  • stefemanstefeman Member
    edited July 17

    @xrz said: http://www.novogara.com/

    SM-SMALL-DC1
    SM-SMALL-DC1
        cpu: Dualcore Intel® Processor E2160
        memory: 2GB
        ips: 1
        hdd: 80GB SATA (max 2 disks)
        network: 10TB on 100 mbit unshared
    € 29,00
    

    Novogara does not allow anything (related) to the following content:

    • Spam
    • Malware
    • Phishing
    • Ddos
    • Childporn

    Best joke of the year. 95% of their network is the above stuff xD

  • quickquick Member

    @stefeman said:

    @xrz said: http://www.novogara.com/

    SM-SMALL-DC1
    SM-SMALL-DC1
        cpu: Dualcore Intel® Processor E2160
        memory: 2GB
        ips: 1
        hdd: 80GB SATA (max 2 disks)
        network: 10TB on 100 mbit unshared
    € 29,00
    

    Novogara does not allow anything (related) to the following content:

    • Spam
    • Malware
    • Phishing
    • Ddos
    • Childporn

    Best joke of the year. 95% of their network is the above stuff xD

    Why are they still up & running the show?

  • stefemanstefeman Member
    edited July 17

    @quick said:

    @stefeman said:

    @xrz said: http://www.novogara.com/

    SM-SMALL-DC1
    SM-SMALL-DC1
        cpu: Dualcore Intel® Processor E2160
        memory: 2GB
        ips: 1
        hdd: 80GB SATA (max 2 disks)
        network: 10TB on 100 mbit unshared
    € 29,00
    

    Novogara does not allow anything (related) to the following content:

    • Spam
    • Malware
    • Phishing
    • Ddos
    • Childporn

    Best joke of the year. 95% of their network is the above stuff xD

    Why are they still up & running the show?

    The same reason ThePirateBay is still running. It's hard to prove theyre entirely illegal enough to have them shut down. Besides I like the fact they exist.. World should not be so easy controlled by one side.. And you can just block them anyway with blacklists.

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  • quickquick Member
    edited July 17

    Ok, I can understand spam, botnets,etc. But how come people accuse them with hosting cp? That's fucked up

  • stefemanstefeman Member
    edited July 17

    @quick said: Ok, I can understand spam, botnets,etc. But how come people accuse them with hosting cp? That's fucked up

    Because they are.. it was proven many times before.. I think there was even court orders of ecatel having to shut down CP servers.. Then there was the "#OpEcatel" which the "Anonymous" or whatever targeted Ecatel for hosting pedochats/chans over TOR.

    At one point, they even hosted "Party for Neighbourly Love, Freedom, and Diversity" or "PNVD" which is a political party in netherland looking to abolish child protection laws for "equal love" etc. Personally I find the stuff disgusting

    In the end, that's not the point of this thread.

    Ecatel is good host because they are neutral to anything.. I guess they would even host an ISIS site for the right money lol.

    As bad as it sounds, it's a neccessary evil to have around.

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  • mowsmows Member

    Trying hard to follow your logic @stefeman (sounds dutch?). On left hand you're declining the party for Love, Freedom and Diversity by meaning being pro sex with children.

    On other hand you say it's necessary having the evil around.

    I think it's more the way that some important circles is using their services to keep down other peoples opinion through DDoS botnets.

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