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The GoDaddy is pulling Richard Spencer's AltRight website off-line.
Launched by Richard Spencer, a conservative economist, the website was taken off the web by its website domainname host, GoDaddy. Google and GoDaddy have also cancelled the neonazi website The Daily Stormer last year. While GoDaddy says it generally takes no measures when a user complains about the sites it hosted, Altright.com has "crossed the line" by "directly and threateningly" inciting and inciting force.
It also says that GoDaddy had 48 hrs to find a new website to host, but apparently Spencer didn't do it in a timely manner. Please see the full corporate policy below: The GoDaddy does not tolerate contents that advocate forms of hatred, race or bullying. In general, however, we do not take measures against claims that represent a censor of contents and the practice of free opinion on the web.
We abhor the mood on such websites, but advocate a free and open web, and that means, similar to the free expression of opinion principle, sometimes that such distasteful, ignoring contents are allowed. However, in cases where a site goes beyond the simple exercising of these liberties to promote, encourage or otherwise participate in certain violent actions against a individual, we will take measures.
Our resolve is that altright.com has transcended the line and has directly and threateningly fostered and fostered the use of force. We gave the client 48 hrs time to move the domainname to another location as usual. We take all website related complains very seriously and have a staff devoted to the investigation of every received grievance.
While Spencer didn't immediately react to a query for a response, he repeated the critique of GoDaddy on his Twitter album. BuzzFeed was informed by Spencer that he has not yet found a new hosting for the website.