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moniczek
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Website blocked by BT-Strict/Plusnet

Hi there,

 

I am trying to access website freedisc.pl for a week now.

I discovered upon checking via blocked websites that this site may be blocked by BT-Strict due to its contents (file sharing).

Can you please advise how to unlock?

I attached the print screen.

 

Not a Happy Customer

 

Monica

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Mario100
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Re: Website blocked by BT-Strict/Plusnet

Hi Moniczek
I think you are Polish... I have got the same problem..... Could you tell me where are you from ?
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Re: Website blocked by BT-Strict/Plusnet

If the site is blocked because of a Court Order or rightsholder request then PN won't be able to do anything.

As it's a file locker hosting copyright material then this may well be the case.
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moniczek
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Re: Website blocked by BT-Strict/Plusnet

If?

 

Now, does it allow the Customer to terminate their contract and go elsewhere?

 

 

jab1
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Re: Website blocked by BT-Strict/Plusnet

@moniczek - Simple answer - NO. If it is a court order, that is not a valid reason.

In any case, that order would apply to most, if not all, ISPs

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moniczek
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Re: Website blocked by BT-Strict/Plusnet

So it is a Court Order or not? Talk Talk still allows to open the site.

jab1
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Re: Website blocked by BT-Strict/Plusnet

Very likely - but in this country, legal rulings are only applicable to the individuals/entities named in them, so if TalkTalk weren't it would not apply to them, but it is still not an 'escape clause', as it is outside, in this case, Plusnets, control.

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moniczek
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Re: Website blocked by BT-Strict/Plusnet

Thank you