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aol time warner blocks access to alex jones websites

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posted on Oct, 6 2005 @ 09:45 AM
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This is kinda funny really.

For long I've been hoping AOL and MSN subscribers would just go away from certain websites I visit, mainly because most sites I visit are either computer related (something AOL and MSN subscribers usualy know nothing about yet still try to act asif they do) or ATS related, in which case many of them put the Ignorance into "Deny Ignorance" (not all of them though).

Now it turns out AOL is actualy blocking these people from visiting some of the sites I visit, where did I deserve such blessing from a company I have come to utterly dispise!!

I wish they'd keep the AOL scriptkiddies and computer illiterate farts out of the computer related sites I visit as a next step, I'm pritty sure the banning rate on these sites will drop to near nothingness and the stupid questions and the verbal assaults that they'll do 1337 h4x0ring on my 4$$ will finaly make way to me and alot of other IT professionals getting time to do some decent and deep discussions about our trade without constantly being interupted with the prementioned kind of disturbances.




posted on Oct, 6 2005 @ 10:23 AM
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hmm, is there anyway of going around the censors? hmmm..... this is little more than the eye, possibly there are something imbedded on his site that tells the whole truth of what is happening in the world.



posted on Oct, 6 2005 @ 10:41 AM
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Originally posted by thematrix
For long I've been hoping AOL and MSN subscribers would just go away from certain websites I visit,

OMG thats a good point! Now if only WebTV would block most sites!



posted on Oct, 6 2005 @ 10:42 AM
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I have aol and I am able to access all his websites.



posted on Oct, 6 2005 @ 10:55 AM
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I just typed in his site on AOL (Yeah *sigh* I have aol) and it came up fine.



posted on Oct, 6 2005 @ 01:25 PM
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I use Road Runner. I can't access the page either.

Maybe they need to change there name to Show Runner.
I agree with everyone... THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE!!!
Everyone needs to call there local news channels and try to get them to report this story.



posted on Oct, 6 2005 @ 05:15 PM
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yea. im able to access all his stuff fine too...i dont use aol though. i just use internet explorer and go through the insight cable company. and use search engines like yahoo...etc...no problem here really. i looked on his site there are way worse things being said out there then what he has posted on his site. i mean how many pro nazi, ku klux klan, pro genocide, jihadist, etc websites are out there that are accessed everyday. i mean, if they are going after some of the stuff he has on there, i wonder how long it will be before ATS is considered a threat to security?

Kind Regards,
DigitalGrl


[edit on 10/01/2004 by DigitalGrl]



posted on Oct, 6 2005 @ 06:48 PM
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I'm calling alex jones' bluff. I use AOL, I wiped my cookiees (not like I really ever go on his sites) and ALL of his sites are available on my AOL account. Unless this has to do with the parental control features, which block certain webpages with innappropriate material, I dont see where this is coming from.



posted on Oct, 6 2005 @ 07:07 PM
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I Hate Double posts, I blame cpr12r.


[edit on 10-6-2005 by WolfofWar]



posted on Oct, 6 2005 @ 07:24 PM
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I tried everything possible to get on InfoWars and PrisonPlanet earlier, nothing seemed to work. It works fine now. I'm glad I didn't call them and raise hell, for nothing.



posted on Oct, 6 2005 @ 08:02 PM
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I wonder when the Us finally loses control of the Internet how it will go down in when blocking sites the government don't likes.



posted on Oct, 6 2005 @ 08:05 PM
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Originally posted by WolfofWar
I Hate Double posts, I blame cpr12r.


[edit on 10-6-2005 by WolfofWar]


huh?!?!? I'm not even involved with this thread. Vote cpr12r for BTs lol

On topic now... wow I hope this isn't the start of censorship all over the net.



posted on Oct, 6 2005 @ 08:13 PM
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Originally posted by cpr12r

huh?!?!? I'm not even involved with this thread. Vote cpr12r for BTs lol


You know what you did



Anyways, this is just another one of those bluffs, alex jones probably didnt think people would check to see if it actually was true, and just assume so.



posted on Oct, 6 2005 @ 08:24 PM
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Howdy folks...

Back on the first page of this thread are two posts by BeingWatchedByThem and SkipShipman, that explain exactly what is going on, here is a link posted by SkipShipman, that expalins it all...

www.dslreports.com...


Both Roadrunner and Cogent users are complaining about a level 3 decision to turn off public peering with Cogent, likely because of an ongoing peering and contract spat. As a result, many broadband users can't hit websites such as Photo Bucket or The Drudge Report. Customers who call in for support are being told that the network partners are working on a resolution, but aren't given an ETA.


Nothing really to see here just Alex Jones crying wolf again...



posted on Oct, 7 2005 @ 12:11 PM
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I'm unable to access infowars.com AND prisonplanet.com using earthlink. (Dialup I use for backup) Interesting eh? Check out www.unipeak.com which is a proxy surfing site, you will be able to access the afformentioned sites using this "portal". (You will have to type in the entire link such as "http://www.infowars.com") Don't leave out the http://. This indeed is a very bad situation and does not bode well for the future. Will be interesting to see how this trend pans out and I wonder how long it will take before proxy sites are attacked. Sad times indeed.



posted on Oct, 7 2005 @ 04:44 PM
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Originally posted by Jedi_Master
Howdy folks...

Back on the first page of this thread are two posts by BeingWatchedByThem and SkipShipman, that explain exactly what is going on, here is a link posted by SkipShipman, that expalins it all...

www.dslreports.com...


Both Roadrunner and Cogent users are complaining about a level 3 decision to turn off public peering with Cogent, likely because of an ongoing peering and contract spat. As a result, many broadband users can't hit websites such as Photo Bucket or The Drudge Report. Customers who call in for support are being told that the network partners are working on a resolution, but aren't given an ETA.


Nothing really to see here just Alex Jones crying wolf again...


Actually the cogent-level 3 situation happened simultaneously according to Alex Jones, with another "netnanny," styled blockage at the time. So it was not "crying wolf again," at all; while one should understand Jones fully documents everything. Unlike mainstream news his website will be prominent with corrections rather than back paging things. It is funny how people call him names, when they have no supporting evidence.

People call him "anti-semetic," for duly noting things blacked out in USA mainstream news, but published in Israeli newspapers. If the history of Israeli government and US government documents radiation experiments on 100k of jewish children is it really "anti-semetic," to deplore it? Rather than proper editorializing in value judgments against the far too double speaking US news, soon you will not be legally able to criticize anything about the Israeli government and other protected groups at all. The criteria for prosecution is any complaint at all! In the future if you hurt "protected groups," in their feelings alone with the truth, you will become a "hate criminal." (HR2662, S1145)

If you cannot criticise governments, then how different is this in other instances in history, which cannot be cited in any argument countering rightfully these protected groups under new laws with broad discretionary authority? Is anyone looking at the 14th amendment? Eg. "Equal protection under law?" How about Marbury vs Madison, and its pronoucements, does this look clear enough?

Otherwise governments are running under "color of law," or as Mao noted "from the barrel of a gun."

In all these things you can see the highly out of character American dictatorship crowd and their minions. They should care that their children will be growing up with these conditions but need to wake up. One can recognize what Alex Jones documents fully and editorializes against strongly, from what is out in the open.

That these things are praised by Fox News and other air-brains as "good," shows that Jones was not implausibly deliberately disrupted by these "net nannys."

[edit on 7-10-2005 by SkipShipman]



posted on Oct, 7 2005 @ 10:00 PM
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Originally posted by WolfofWar
Anyways, this is just another one of those bluffs, alex jones probably didnt think people would check to see if it actually was true, and just assume so.


Did you read all of the first page of this thread? The article was posted on the 5th, and on that day, neither BeingWatchedByThem or namehere were able to access the sites. Also, BeingWatchedByThem called Time Warner and they ADMITTED that the websites weren't working, calling it an error. This means that this WAS true at the time the article was posted. It appears to have been an error, and seems to be fixed the next day for most people, while a couple of people still aren't able to access it.

Supression? Most likely not, but the sites really did not work on that day for AOL Time Warner users. As the article said: "Is this deliberate or an Internet-wide issue? Only time will tell.", and it appears to have been the latter.



posted on Oct, 7 2005 @ 10:05 PM
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Have we lost the option to choose to read whom we want? I respect mr Jones more now. Betcha he's onto something they dont want us to know.

What else is new?



posted on Oct, 7 2005 @ 10:11 PM
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I tell you people AOL is part of the NWO, I dump the pesky site, three years ago and they were still hunting me for one year after.


They are like a leech once the have you they don't let you go


The want to regulate the INTERNET and keep all of us in a family friendly atmosphere.



posted on Oct, 7 2005 @ 10:16 PM
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$24.99 for crap is what it is. Not from my wallet


They should get rid of all the porn sites they push.




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