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KevenSeven On October - 25 - 2009

arianna
The bastards.

Any advice on how to frustrate them?

Categories: The Media

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  1. kesmarn says:

    Arianna and crew, for all the liberal pretense are pretty adept at the whole “Enemies List” modus, aren’t they? I know this sounds paranoid, but I wonder how long it’ll be before one of her minions heads over this way and “takes names” of those here.
    I’m still unbanned over there, but it’ll be interesting to see how many of us who are still posting in both places will suddenly vanish from HuffPo in the near future, as this alternative catches on.

  2. peacekitten says:

    one other suggestion kevin, is tell them you are going to post on every rightwing site you can think of all the evidence you have of HP’s hypocrisy, talk about your banning experiences, their censorship, the way you have to type in code just to make a post for such innocuous words as “magic,” “sick,” “ill,” etc. let them know in no uncertain terms you will keep hammering the right wing sites about the bullshit policies of HP, the slanted reporting that sometimes blatantly lies, every negative thing you can think about. they REALLY hate that. tell them you have been a loyal regular and mention too the racist, bigoted, vile crap that they allow right wingers to get away with while they scrub posts of self defense, and that you have plenty of examples to share. if you have any screen shots (i took LOADS of them when i was being attacked) tell them you will pass those on to the right like rush, o’reilly, etc.

    the Queen (another “verboten” word on HP, btw) does NOT like it when people who are fair-minded threaten to expose her lack of same. if she starts getting slammed on o’reilly again, or rush, she’ll lose advertisers, which is what happened to her the last time.

    her email btw, is [email protected]. i have a few others if you’re interested.

  3. BlueStateMan says:

    Easy.

    Unplug your computer from the router / modem.

    Reboot the router / modem & reconnect.

    Restart your computer.

    A NEW IP Address will be automatically assigned.

  4. AdLib says:

    K7, here’s a list I found. You can go to one of these websites, type in Huffy and arrive there under an anonymous IP address:

    Proxify (http://proxify.com/?1213)

    Proxify provides you with secure (SSL) anonymous surfing. It removes cookies, scripts, ads, referrer information and optionally page titles. It hides your user agent (which provides information like the name of your browser and operating system) and optionally, the referrer information sent by the browser.
    Anonymous Web Browser

    The Anonymous Web Browser (http://htmlblock.co.uk/anon.php)

    allows you to surf the internet anonymously, optionally removing cookies, the browser referer field, scripts (such as JavaScripts, VBScripts, etc), images, and objects (such as Flash, Java, etc). It can also encrypt your URLs and Cookies. You can also change the User-Agent (browser type) that the service sends to the website you’re visiting. There is a 2 MB download limit, and a 5 second anti-flood timer.
    ShadowSurf

    ShadowSurf (http://www.shadowsurf.com/)
    provides free anonymous surfing.

    @nonymouse Anonymous Web Surfing (http://www.guardster.com/subscription/proxy_free.php)

    This free anonymous surfing service allows you to type into a URL into their website and it will retrieve that web page for you.
    Guardster: Free Anonymous, Private Web Proxy

    You can surf the Internet from this free anonymous web service. It is able to strip cookies, scripts, images, hide your referrer field, hide your user agent (name of browser), remove the page title, etc.

    • KevenSeven says:

      So, forgive my ineptitude, but:

      The first one wants $40 for six months. Would it be possible for Huff to block me using them, assuming they wanted to mess with me, which it seems they do?

  5. gabu2 says:

    You could ask you ISP to change your IP address. Tell then you were infected and your IP was sending email as spam, so it was blocked by a few mail servers.

  6. nicole473 says:

    You could use a virtual private network to change the ip seen by servers.
    You could also use a proxy. The free proxy services are generally untrustworthy, however. Many of them offer this service in order to mine info.

    I would use a VPN.

    EDIT:
    I’ve used this company in the past. Fast and reliable. It did cost me approx $15 monthly.

    http://strongvpn.com/


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