Because there isn't any. Spamhaus don't roll like that. Once they are pissed off at a provider at this level, it will never be delisted until the IP space is returned. Unless you mean waiting for him to not pay his ARIN fees and have it revoked :)
While I can't speak for Spamhaus, I will simply point out that it's legal under 47 USC § 230. They can publish whatever they want, and users can use their lists to block whatever they want.
That said, I am pretty sure I have seen lots of SSH scanning and other activities from Bitaccel...
I don't know, but I am curious as to when you plan to respond to my inquiry on WHT. Here it is in case you missed it: http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?p=9100747#post9100747
Are you chicken?
That was more to keep him from possibly stealing things out of my cages when he found himself stranded in Dallas and had to return to the datacenter. It certainly isn't the norm for how we operate. Idle hands are the devil's work and all of that.
So, I'm actually curious about this, since something popped out at me in the latest drmike drama thread:
"I get that this industry segment is fond of exploiting child labor."
This seems to be a common complaint/observation about the low end.
We (Centarra) don't do this (nor do we really...
From the ARIN announcement today:
ARIN is down to its final /8 of available space in its inventory and has moved into Phase Four of its IPv4 Countdown Plan. All IPv4 requests are now subject to Countdown Plan processes, so please review the following details carefully.
All IPv4 requests will...