On Friday 29 October 2004 11:47, Berend-Jan Wever might have typed:
Want to view www.georgewbush.com from outside the US? You can't: Access
denied. This "security" measure (!?) can easily be avoided using a proxy in
the US or any anonymous surfing website though.
So, what is it he doesn't want anyone from outside the US to read ?
There's an article on arstechnica.com, and it documents how using the IP of
the server instead of the domain works. Why they did it - ask the owners of
the site, not us :p