Neo-nazi website is having problems finding a domain host
- Author: Douglas Reid Aug 17, 2017,
Aug 17, 2017, 7:39
Previously, the company served "as the domain name registrar for The Daily Stormer, through its subsidiary Domains by Proxy, as it has throughout the site's four-year history", according to the investigative news website, Reveal.
The suspension comes after the site was banned from the domain-registry company GoDaddy and Alphabet Inc.'s Google, which reportedly led the site to re-register under a Russian domain name.
Specifically, an article published by The Daily Stormer mocking the victim of the auto attacking Charlottesville violated GoDaddy's terms of service by inciting violence, according to the company.
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Previously, some web users had called on GoDaddy to remove the site - including women's rights campaigner Amy Siskind. As reported by TechCrunch, the Daily Stormer blog has dubbed itself "The World's Most Genocidal Republican Website". It was also criticised for an article that attacked Heather Heyer, the woman who died after a vehicle ran into counter-protestors who were opposing the white supremacist protest.
Anonymous tweeted that it had "no confirmation" that its hackers were involved and suggested that the Daily Stormer was behind the stunt. "Wonder if they are having trouble finding a new host".
The hacktivist collective known as Anonymous has hacked the nation's top neo-Nazi and white supremacist website, and is threatening to shut it down.