GeoIP rewite rule?, redirect CHINA users to an error page.
clifford_ilkay at dinamis.com
Mon Feb 15 06:56:15 MSK 2010
On 02/14/2010 10:18 PM, Todd Fisher wrote:
> you should do more to educate your client?
You know, it's pretty annoying to have you lecture me on this when I was
only trying to help the original poster. I've explained the proxy
situation to my client by they insist they want those TLDs blocked.
They're the client and they call the shots. Besides, I don't think
they're wrong anyway. The site in question only caters to Canadians and
Americans so it's no big loss if people from various countries we don't
cater to can't see the site, without putting some effort into it. The
site encourages people to do business locally with people they meet
face-to-face. Leaving the site accessible to people visiting from the
aforementioned countries only results in the legitimate users being
inundated with all manner of scam emails, the majority of which are from
Africa, Eastern Europe, and East Asia. We can't completely eliminate
those scam emails but if we can reduce them by about 90% simply by
blocking those TLDs, which we have on both counts, it's a trade-off that
has no downside.
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