Not the reply you're looking for however, I would suggest getting yourself a VPS. I have not seen any web hosts who actually allow proxy web sites and this is mainly because of the stress it can cause a server. It would be unfair to the rest of their customers.
ok im looking into dedicated servers right now since i will actually need one anyway in 2 months for another project. Do dedicated servers have rules like these, or when i get one i can do whatever i want, meaning have a proxy site as long as its legal in the country im located at?
I run my proxy site with server4sale.com and they've been great. You will eat up bandwidth with a proxy site, I've used 97GB since the beginning of this month so far. Also, check into fdcservers.net's forums for current specials. Many proxy site owners I know of use FDC and have been pretty happy except for the occasional network downtime.
You might check into a vps. Since 97gb is a lot of strain to put on a shared host. While there are some hosting companies that do allow for proxy hosting and some have special setups for proxy sites. Good luck in your search.
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As many have stated you're going to probably need a VPS or dedicated. Large proxy sites are very CPU intensive along with eating a lot of bandwidth. There are of course ways to reduce that like preventing hotlinking. The other ways to stop it are more on the provider itself by installing things like PRM to kill off proxy processes that just hang (happens). So just go dedicated saves the hassle of moving shared hosts constantly when they realize you're using a lot of CPU.
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