Posted on | September 24, 2010 | 4 Comments
Every day, I get at least 10 human submitted e-mails through my contact form that promise my blog can become #1 on the Internet. I’m sorry, and I don’t want to offend my visitors from India, but this is very typical for ISP’s in India. So long as a client pays and doesn’t attract government attention, let them do what they do .. seems to be the motto of that company. Every time it comes not only from another IP, but a whole new /20. Thankfully, their IP ranges are reversed.
In 24 hours, if airtelbroadband.in is your ISP, some parts of this web site will not work. I’m sorry, I have no other recourse.
I have contacted the listed abuse e-mail for airtelbroadband.in no less than ten times in two months. Radio silence.
Eat my string-matching fu, you spamming (but hard working) call center agents!