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We' ve notified The Daily Stormer that they have 24 hour time to move the site to another ISP because they have breached our conditions of use. On Monday, a Google spokesman said he had also canceled The Daily Stormer's web site and said, "We're canceling The Daily Stormer's registration with Google Domains for breach of our TOS".
No indication was given as to which parts of the conditions of use would infringe the website. It' s a remarkable step that Google's YouTube, along with Facebook and Twitter, have been criticised in the past for not being powerful enough to say what kind of contents they are hosting. However, for the sake of a silencing freedom of expression, they have decided not to "polish" their platform.
For example, Facebook and Twitter denounce hatred and racial hatred, but usually act only when contents promote or encourage violent behaviour against a particular group of individuals. The majority of other "controversial" contents in this respect may stay on top in the name of freedom of expression.
After GoDaddy deletes a neo-Nazi website's registration, Google deletes it.
"Cancellation of the registration of Daily Stormer on Google domains due to violation of our conditions of use," said the company's official said in a declaration. Previously Monday The Daily Stormer shifted its registration to Google after web host GoDaddy said it would disconnect from the website that sponsored the lethal Saturday Charlottesville, Virginia event.
Back then, a "whois" Monday lookup of web sites list Alphabets Google as Registry for The Daily Stormer, a supremacistic website associated with the Old Rightism. Google Domain Registration page says that clients can submit names to the web giants through an automatic on-line procedure that can take 20 min.
On Sunday, GoDaddy announced on Twitter that "The Daily Stormer had 24-hour time to move its domains to another ISP, saying it had breached the company's policy". The GoDaddy has previously come under harsh scrutiny for organizing The Daily Stormer and other websites that disseminate hatred. Behavioural standards of the host organisation prohibit the use of its host company's activities in a way that "promotes, encourages or involves terror, domestic or animal abuse or property".
Andrew Anglin, the publishing house of Andrew Anglin Publishers of German newspaper Der Tages AG, could not be contacted immediately to make comments on the GoDaddy prohibition. Scottsdale, Arizona, GoDaddy, is one of the biggest US companies providing online service with around 6,000 people.