We are in the process of cracking down on illegitimate accounts and issuing suspensions. The majority of the coming suspensions are from clients utilizing a proxy to bypass our sign-up restrictions, if you have done this in the past your account will most likely be caught in this audit. We allow all of our users to submit a single appeal when suspended, it is important that you use this chance to properly explain your site and content and why we should remove the suspension. Although the rules were broken in order to signup if you have a legitimate site we will unsuspend you, if you fill out the appeal swearing at us or with a two word response it will be denied. We will also be cracking down on sites that do not properly secure their registrations or moderate the content submitted. These sites have become a haven for bot signups and postings, we've seen sites getting 1,000 new registrations per hour. If you allow people to register or submit content on your site it is your responsibility to moderate what these users are doing and also to take the very easy measures of using a captcha and\or other options for stopping spam users and content submissions. If your site allows for open registration without a captcha or other security measures it will be temporarily suspended until you submit an appeal agreeing to fix it. If we find a forum on your site with thousands of unmoderated spam posts, it will be suspended also. We do require that you host a website, free hosting is not meant to be a mirror for your files or a place to host your automated scripts to get twitter followers or to scrape content from other sites. Our terms of service requires you to have a working site within one week from sign-up. If you're not able to do this, a simple under construction page will suffice with signs that you are actually working on putting up a site. Lastly, I can't stress this one enough. Keep your applications updated! Security updates are constantly released for almost all web applications, the most popular being Wordpress, Joomla, phpBB, and Drupal. It is imperative that you not only keep the main script updated but also update all of your addons, plugins, themes, etc. One outdated and insecure script will allow a malicious user full access to your site, which in turn will end up in a suspension for phishing or spamming.