Re: uol.com.br and petsupermarket
>Really, even though UOL does not respond, does inflicting this kind of
>thing on their users seem right?
Yes. Technically this is called a "fuck you block", and it is often the
only way to get the attention of an uncooperative ISP which is causing
>You are punishing people which have
>nothing to do with the problem.
Well, they are patronizing an uncooperative ISP which is a nuisance for
the whole Internet because of their broken software and lazy NOC.
They are hardly innocent.