I wanted to put up a temporary, limited proxy to help Iranian people access Twitter. Knownhost stopped me. Is there some kind of rationale behind this? If I am paying for my account and all the bandwidth I use and want to use it in a legal, non-spam, non-network-disrupting way, then I don't see what the problem is. I then noticed Knownhost forbids IRC too. I don't use IRC but the notion that Knownhost gets to tell me exactly what type of client/server applications I can run makes me uncomfortable. I thought the whole point of paying for a VPS was to gain the freedom to run what you wanted. What exactly is the criteria Knownhost is using to decide which apps it allows its customers to run?