14 August 2017
CBS NEWS — Web hosting company GoDaddy said Sunday it is cutting off white supremacist website the Daily Stormer after the site posted a scathing article at a in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday.
At the same time, posts on the site claimed the mysterious web hacking group Anonymous had seized control of the Daily Stormer, but Anonymous later disputed the claim.
In response to a tweet from activist Amy Siskind, GoDaddy tweeted that it had given24 hours to move its domain to another provider for violating its terms of service.
Siskind, who describes herself on her Twitter page as, “President and Co-Founder of The New Agenda. Advocate for women’s, LGBTQ rights, equality. Woman behind The Weekly List,” had tweeted GoDaddy about a Daily Stormer article about Heather Heyer’s physical appearance and what the extremist site depicted as her anti-white male views. […]