Your current IP address 126.96.36.199 has been blocked
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You are making WAYYYYY too many API requests or your API requests have run off the rails
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You\'re doing something cool and awesome with a bot but never told us about it.
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You\'re intentionally or unintentionally using a public proxy or VPN
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You are connecting to us from a commercial web hosting provider like Amazon, Azure, RackSpace, Heroku, etc.
If that\'s the case and you are a legitimate business partner of CBS Interactive, contact your CBSi Representative, and give them your particular CIDRs. (Not those of your hosting provider). Sorry, we cannot allow traffic from these sources for people who do not have a relationship with CBSi.
You are using a Windows Mobile phone that is routing all your traffic through Microsoft
Your mobile phone routing all your traffic though Microsoft looks malicious to us and is probably something you don\'t want. We cannot tell the difference between malicious traffic and valid traffic in this case. Sorry.
You are using an Opera browser with Opera Turbo (Edge Caching) enabled.
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You are impersonating a legitimate scraper like Google, Bing, Yahoo etc.
You are doing malicious things like script injection or making requests for stuff like \'../../../../System32\'
If so your IP address is permanently banned and will NEVER be unbanned. We don\'t want you here. Please go bother someone else.
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