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However, in a few short clicks, Google said that Google would not host the site either. Sunday the Daily Stormer released an essay about Heather Heyer, who was killed after a car was ploughed into a group of anti protestors protesting against racists. One Twitter player marked the objectionable contents by taking a screen grab of the item and twittering it on GoDaddy.
With the headline by Andrew Anglin, Daily Stormer founding editor, the story ridiculed Heyer's looks and humiliated her for not being a mom. "We' ve notified the Daily Stormer that he has 24 hour time to move the domainname to another ISP because he has breached our conditions of use.
The Race also noted that GoDaddy does not sponsor the Daily Stormer on its server - it only sponsors the Daily Stormer itself. Daily Stormer, named after the National Socialist street gossip "The Striker," promotes anti-Semitism, neo-Nazism and blank socialism, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. GoDaddy said in the past that it could not deactivate the Daily Stormer or any other neo-Nazi website because of Anglin's law and the First Amendment and the free expression of others.
"As their latest item is on the verge of committing a violent act, we believe that this kind of item could cause extra force that would violate our conditions of use," Race said. Until Monday afternoons Google had resolved to also discontinue the Daily Stormer registrations. Searching for the site revealed that Google would still be host to the Daily Stormer from Monday at 15.00.
When Google would leave the site was not immediately clear. After the Heyer report and the announcements that GoDaddy would end the Daily Stormer's services, the site seemed to have been compromised by the online activists group Anonymous. Earlier Monday, a tale about the Daily Stormer with Anglin's headline on it, said that the site was back in the capable hands both of its founders.