GoDaddy pulls neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer after offensive article about Charlottesville victim

Heather Heyer- Charlottesville

The Daily Stormer had faced fresh scrutiny and anger after publishing an article describing Charlotteville victim Heather Heyer as a "fat, childless slut". Who would have thought.

GoDaddy has cancelled their domain listing services for the Daily Stormer on Sunday, Aug. 13.

"We believe that The Daily Stormer has violated Zoho's Terms of Service, so its access to Zoho's services has been terminated", the company wrote on its official Twitter handle.

The Daily Stormer, online home to members a majority of which are considered white supremacists, have been booted off by their hosting provider GoDaddy.

Following widespread disgust, web server GoDaddy said it would no longer host the site.

A 32-year-old woman, Heather Heyer of Charlottesville, was killed when a purported Nazi sympathizer James Alex Fields Jr. allegedly slammed his auto into a crowd of people protesting the white nationalist rally.

Web hosting provider GoDaddy has withdrwan services to a far right website which published an article criticising a woman who died during protests in the United States this weekend. As reported by TechCrunch, the Daily Stormer blog has dubbed itself "The World's Most Genocidal Republican Website". The article on Daily Stormer is causing a widespread reaction among the entire technology community in the USA, and making people discuss the broader topic of hate speech being disseminated online. The offending post on the Daily Stormer was written by the site's editor, Andrew Anglin, as part of its coverage of the Charlottesville protests this weekend.

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After The Daily Stormer briefly moved to a new domain on Google, the latter swiftly canceled its domain name registration and Web domain support, as well as shutting down its YouTube channel.

Anonymous has not publicly confirmed any involvement, but a message on the hate website claims to be from the hacker.

A few hours later, the Anonymous hack was posted, driving traffic to the website.

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