Nazi-Net 'Gab' is Down, As GoDaddy Pulls Domain Name


Gab.com - the Nazi-filled Hate Platform we've reported on many times before - is down after GoDaddy pulled it's domain. Gab pulled its website offline as GoDaddy gave it just 24 hours to find another service. The move comes as other companies including PayPal, Medium, Stripe, and Joyent blocked Gab over the weekend.

GoDaddy's official statement ...
We have informed Gab.com that they have 24 hours to move the domain to another provider, as they have violated our terms of service. In response to complaints received over the weekend, GoDaddy investigated and discovered numerous instances of content on the site that both promotes and encourages violence against people.
The Hate Platform have posted this on all channels :



This morning the platform posted a falsehood-packed self-defence email which stated that they have no tolerance for such evil. Crap, of course, because the platform was set up with the avowed intent ... to provide an outlet for such evil. Their defence ...
Gab.com’s policy on terrorism and violence have always been very clear.
Indeed. They were set up to promote it.
We a have zero tolerance for it.
They're most popular accounts celebrate it.
Gab unequivocally disavows and condemns all acts of terrorism and violence.
Gab's user were cheering last night over the deaths ...
We are saddened and disgusted by the news of violence in Pittsburgh
... and just before Gab went down, those celebratory posts were all still there.

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