The future of the hateful Daily Stormer blog was uncertain Monday as GoDaddy decided to cut ties with the site for disparaging the lone casualty of the Charlottesville, Va., attack.
The tech company gave the site 24 hours to find a new home, a decision they tweeted just before a hacking ruse that has been blamed on the Anonymous hacktivist group.
The article was penned Sunday by Daily Stormer founder Andrew Anglin — a neo-Nazi extremist and “prolific Internet troll,” according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
GoDaddy joins Google, PayPal and Coinbase as companies that have already refused to do business with Anglin and his Daily Stormer venture, ProPublica reported in May.
“DAILY STORMER HACK IS A FALSE FLAG OP BY OWNER ANDREW ANGLIN TO IMPLICATE ANONYMOUS IN HIS WEBSITE'S SHUTDOWN,” tweeted @TheAnonJournal .
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