Web sites with borders

Bob Bruhns bbruhns at erols.com
Sat Jun 23 16:24:23 CDT 2007

There are services that geo-locate the incoming hits.  A website can link to these services and pass or
block any area they want to.  The databases aren't perfect, and ISPs juggle IP ranges all the time and
don't tell anybody, and proxies put wormholes through it all, but in general it works.


  Bob, WA3WDR

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