Yes (grin) ... i found it quite revealing. iirc the site stated that they wouldn't remove dynamic addresses without specific contact with the isp. Probably in order to get them to be more aware i would expect. No need to mention, mine really couldn't give a hoot.
The site that drew on the service was getting swamped at the time ... spam scatered all over their forum pages. Just endless lists of url addresses, they must have had every porn site in existence listed, there were so many.
They responded to my complaint very quickly, then removed the block. And said they were only trying that particular avenue as an experiment.
I found it interesting though. As a dynamic address, i would hazard the guess that it must have beeb some sought of 'bot' on someones machine that had that allocation at the time. I would also guess a windows box.
So ... are there 'bots' out there, unnoticed by their hosts ... that would seem to confirm it.
Drove me to total distraction at the time (grin)
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