Monday, January 23, 2017

On the day our salaries are renewed for another year, public access to our Church and State website is blocked an unprecedented five times (WITH UPDATE 5/2/2017)

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I have been blogging public non-access to our Church and State website since 26 July 2016 with all sorts of graphics. SiteGround is paid $1,000 per year to host our site and manage the server, but the site continues to be attacked at will nonetheless. Today, the same day we received an email confirming the renewal of our salaries for another year, the site has been attacked an unprecedented five times. What's next? (The graphics below are on US time.)

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The first two blocks: 10.20am and 2.54pm (UK time)

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The last three blocks: 8.51pm, 9.31pm, and 10.07pm (UK time)

UPDATE 5 February (9.18am): I have just updated my blog post of 16 January, The blocks on access to our Church and State website continue unabated (WITH UPDATE 5/2/2017). I updated the blog post with this morning's 143rd block on access to our Church and State website since 26 July 2016; yesterday, access to the site was blocked an unprecedented seven times. The blog post also reveals the constant targeting of our category pages since 19 August 2016 (the third article below has 1/2 million social recommends):




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