The "Twitter for the alt-right" was kicked off PayPal, Venmo, Square, and Stripe, but now it has "Second Amendment Processing."
The web host GoDaddy booted Richard Spencer’s website off its platform Thursday, dealing yet another digital blow from a mainstream tech company to the alt-right thought leader’s online face.
This week on Radio Motherboard, we talk about whether corporations should decide who gets to stay online.
The same companies that took action against the Daily Stormer are enabling the dissemination of hacked celebrity nude photos.
“I am deeply concerned that I had the authority and the power to wake up one morning and say, 'You know what, I'm done. I'm sick of this. So fuck 'em. They're off the internet.'”
OkCupid is the latest tech company to cut ties with members of hate groups using their platforms.
"I don't really care about either side," the alleged attacker told Motherboard in an online chat.
The past few days have triggered a debate around the responsibility of tech companies to host or provide services for extremist content.
Zoho will no longer allow the neo-Nazi site to use its services.