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It is definitely possible for Verizon to do this. The rest if this answer can only be speculation - Especially if you are using HTTPS , and your site is "not dodgy" look at your hosting provider. It is possible that they are hosting dodgy content and Verizon is limiting access to the location by IP address/range, and your site is an innocent ...


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You can't use a mod_alias RedirectMatch here because RedirectMatch matches against the requested URL-path only, not the query string. To match the query string you need to use mod_rewrite (RewriteRule and RewriteCond directives) and match against the QUERY_STRING server variable in a condition. For example, to redirect /thispath/beach?start=<number> ...


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