I do realize a webhosting provider must protect himself, in priority one but I suspect it's not always done fair to his clients. Taking into account some seen policies, got me thinking a host IS always right. Do we have some sort of EULAgood/bad ratio to end users or something. It's really frustrating to see how every damn one out of 'em doing its own magic. This thing should be categorised in a more robust way, what's good/bad. I think. One takes fines, another immediately terminates (account), but NOBODY puts their Privacy Police in their first place. Coz those figures are just taking us wild... you know.