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- You are an employee of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. The
Fox Intellectual Property Department (through their hounds at Keats,
McFarland & Wilson, LLP) threatened Filmtracks.com in 2002 with
unsubstantiated legal postering. Thus, they are no longer welcome at the site. (Read More)
- You're browsing from China or Korea. These countries have been banned from much of Filmtracks due to
excessive "spamvertising" and other useless promotional garbage being posted to Filmtracks from these
countries. There is no solution for this problem other than a total ban (sorry!).
- Your specific IP has been used for spamming. The port you are using to
access the Internet has been used at some point to pound on Filmtracks.com's
server or post useless advertisements.
- You have been banned from certain Filmtracks features for violation of
Filmtracks policies. Such bans are typically caused by the abuse of
voting or message board capabilities at Filmtracks.com. The most common ban
is caused by excessive voting and refusal to read or accept the
rules. Juvenile behavior on message boards (including uninformed complaints about how Filmtracks is run) is another
- You have attempted to access restricted Filmtracks files. If you try to bust into our backend operations,
you'll obviously be thwarted.
- You're engaging in bizarre or creepy activity. If you abuse any section at Filmtracks that relates to its
operators and their families, you'll be blocked for our own self-protection. Bookmarking personal pages and visiting
them daily, downloading personal pictures repetitively, or using the information therein to harass our friends and
family is a sign of either mental illness or a visitor without a life.
- You are a hopeless git.
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which is possible even though our logging technology is very adept at tracing
such behavior to one individual, contact the Filmtracks webmaster.
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