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Old 03-04-2009, 10:26 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by MsAstoria View Post
So, Amazon controls by proxies which internet sites we can visit? (In reading jesse tethering blog). That's interesting. Maybe that's why I can't get to my regular web based email account. Not a big deal, just set up an account with Gmail and just forwarding specific emails to that account. Not being a "techie" person, I just have to stumble around till something works.
I'm going to assume they're proxying content to help make sure it's _fast_ and that nobody's abusing the no-monthly-cost 3G connection. I have no idea if they're doing transforms on HTML or content filtering.
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