The Geek blog
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Removed at the request of Redstation
Written by Atariboy
February 18, 2006 at 3:55 pm
Posted in Geeky, Rant, Web
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Oh thats some bad luck there, is the domain at least in your control still? Its been a while since I had a paid for website so can’t really help with advising you on potential new hosts.
Good luck though, hope you get it all sorted. :)
February 18, 2006 at 8:02 pm
I’m not surprised they cut you off if you had uploaded illegal copyrighted material.
March 3, 2006 at 11:16 pm
[…] I was still pretty annoyed that rRedstation hadn't told me about this or informed me of the actual limits on my hosting account and so i wrote a post called "Problems with Redstation" on my blog: You may have noticed that Atariboy.co.uk is down. I only just noticed this too, I then logged into Redstation to see what the problem is, and it says that my free hosting has expired. I was not sent any email informing me of this! I guess its because of the large amount of people downloading Episode 5 of the IT crowd yesterday, and I'm not suprised that it has gone down, but there was no indication of bandwidth or limits on Redstation, or that your hosting would be cut off if you go over that. I cant even set up a webforwarding address to my other site :( Currently waiting for a response to my email, if they want me to pay £60 to extend my hosting then they can get lost, i'll look else where. Shame on your Redstation. […]
AtariBoy » Redstation trys to censor the internet
April 15, 2006 at 3:59 pm
[…] My buddy over at Atariboy is standing his ground against a ridiculous attempt by the UK hosting giant called “Redstation”. Apparently Redstation really didnt like this post that Andrew wrote. Consisting what seems very believable information displayed in the format of his opinion in regards to how poorly Redstation treated him. […]
Steven Hargrove: Standing his ground
April 15, 2006 at 7:11 pm
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