I'm usually not a paranoid person, but I think I've stumbled across something kind of creepy about a cable provider that operates in my area, and whom I myself use. So I was sending someone an email to the the website sopastrike.com to a Cox email address, and they told me they never got it. I tried it again, and they never got it. So I sent them a link to a "less radical" website, and they received it just fine. This piqued my curiosity and I began to investigate further. I use iCloud so I wanted to be sure that Apple wasn't the one blocking the emails, so I sent the same email to my Cox email account (which I have actually never once used until now) and to my gmail account (which I use as a contact for my website). Curiously, my gmail account got the email but my Cox account did not. I investigated further, I then sent a "less radical" link from my iCloud and the same sopastrike.com link from my gmail, to my Cox account. It received the email from my iCloud but did not get the email from my gmail account. I wanted to be sure that they weren't just blocking that one website for some reason so I repeated the experiment, but with sopablackout.com instead, and got the same results. Very disturbing. As I said, I'm not usually paranoid, nor am I much of a conspiracy theorist, but this whole thing smells fishy to me. I would also be interested to see what other ISPs may be doing the same thing. Pretty scary stuff. Thoughts?