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    Don't assume that NL is safe:
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    How about Russia, Hong Kong, etc..
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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeBrownKid View Post
    How about Russia, Hong Kong, etc..
    M8 no where is safe hosting copyrighted material espically multi million companies. You can get pass shit like vBulletin but fuck with Jagex u will end up sued.
    Fuck with WoW u will end up sued.
    Fuck with Google u will end up sued.

    So just quit while your ahead and stop thinking you're smart.

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    Romania's an alright solution.
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    What do you think is the best solution for this? I'm curious, and I'd like to find more options for RSPS owners to purchase different servers for webhosting in areas where they are protected from incidents like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penetration View Post
    What do you think is the best solution for this? I'm curious, and I'd like to find more options for RSPS owners to purchase different servers for webhosting in areas where they are protected from incidents like this.
    To be completly honest as long as you are not a complete pussy and you allow your customers around 2 days to take all their files and move else where it should be fine. As for locations right now central europe would be ideal eg Lithuania, Ukraine etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sub View Post
    To be completly honest as long as you are not a complete pussy and you allow your customers around 2 days to take all their files and move else where it should be fine. As for locations right now central europe would be ideal eg Lithuania, Ukraine etc.
    Any country with almost no infrastructure's good.
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