"Cybercrime" ISP back up and running in the US of A

Despite being (allegedly) booted off its backbone provider earlier this month amidst allegations of being involved in the darker side of the Internet, San Francisco's Intercage is back online.

The small ISP was reportedly canned by Pacific Internet Exchange last weekend after Intercage was reported to be involved in various aspects of online crime.

Now the ISP is back up and running again through UnitedLayer, a local San Francisco backbone provider.

Reports have been swirling that Intercage might be forced to relocate outside of the US owing to reports that spammers and cybercrime professionals were allegedly using its services en masse.

Emil Kacperski, Intercage's president, is quoted as saying that he and his staff have been working hard to remove bad operators from the ISP's network...