Not sure what type of generic web hosting it is referring to, but web hosting depend on what type of platform the web application requires, generally there are Linux based or Windows based hosting, and the physical server infrastructure setup can be quite different depending on the website requirements (size, traffic etc.), it can range from one server to groupings of server linking together for serving specific task.
For a simple website with several thousands of visitors a month, shared hosting or virtual hosting is good enough to handle the load. However, if the website is selling any kind of products or services, then having a virtual private server is the only solution the user should choose. An e-commerce website should own an SSL certificate in order to provide security to their customers. Every website has its own unique requirements, so it is better to list your requirements before finding a web host.
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So, I'm sorry to say, you cannot post copyrighted material whether you own it or not. If you posted your copyrighted text you'd be giving up the copyright. If you posted someone else's copyrighted text, we would need to remove it so we don't violate that person's legal rights.
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