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8.16.19

Here’s How Big Far Right Social Network Gab Has Actually Gotten

Gab has experienced a huge growth spurt in the first half of 2019, a worrying sign of the spread of hateful ideologies and radicalization online.

5.8.19

8chan Is a Mysterious Place to U.S. Anti-Terrorism Officials

U.S. intel officials from the FBI, DOJ and DHS seemed fairly unfamiliar with the platform during a Congressional hearing Wednesday.

5.8.19

The Far Right Has Found a Web Host Savior

A web host called Epik has begun hosting the sites that other web hosts won't, which raises questions about how successful deplatforming hateful websites can actually be.

4.25.19

This ‘Uncensored’ Right-Wing Facebook Clone Allows Racism but Not Nudity

According to an expert, the attempted recruiting of far-right social media users by one Canadian man shows that deplatforming has its downsides.

2.27.19

Users of far-right social network Gab can now comment on the entire internet

Founder Andrew Torba said the new service was necessary because of “rampant corporate censorship of ordinary internet users.”

1.23.19

Gab is back in business after finding a payments processor willing to work with the alt-right

The "Twitter for the alt-right" was kicked off PayPal, Venmo, Square, and Stripe, but now it has "Second Amendment Processing."

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11.5.18

Gab is back online — and already flooded with anti-Semitic hate

"Name the Jews who are trying to shut us down.”

10.31.18

Kicking Gab off the internet won’t kill online extremism. It may make it worse.

Pushing extremism to darker corners of the web may do more harm than good.

10.29.18

Everything we know about the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting suspect

The Pittsburgh shooting suspect’s darker, anti-Semitic persona, lived on social media — until Saturday morning.

10.29.18

Gab booted off the internet after Pittsburgh shooting

Hours before a shooter burst into the Tree of Life synagogue during Saturday morning Shabbat services armed with multiple guns, he’d posted on Gab.

8.9.18

Microsoft Demands That Gab Delete Post Calling for 'Eradication of All Jews'

Microsoft has given the alt-right Twitter alternative 48 hours to delete two offending posts before it shuts down the company's cloud server account.

5.3.18

Silicon Valley deals devastating blow to digital face of alt-right leader Richard Spencer

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.

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