Google has joined Go Daddy, Discord, and LinkedIn in shutting down the Daily Stormer and their associates
Go Daddy announced on Sunday that they would no longer provide service to the Daily Stormer
Google announced on Monday they cancelled the Daily Stormer’s registration on Monday
Chief Technology Officer for Daily Stormer Andrew Auernheimer claimed on his Facebook LinkedIn and Discord also banned his accounts
Following what is now believed to be a false hack of the white supremacist website the Daily Stormer, the site has now been denied service from both Go Daddy and Google.
On Sunday, Go Daddy announced they would be no longer allowing service to the site following an incredibly disrespectful article about Heather Heyer who was killed during a domestic terrorist attack in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday.
We informed The Daily Stormer that they have 24 hours to move the domain to another provider, as they have violated our terms of service.
— GoDaddy (@GoDaddy) August 14, 2017
Google decided to follow Go Daddy’s lead and cancel the domain registration for Daily Stormer. A spokesperson for Google told Business Insider the following.
We are canceling Daily Stormer’s registration with Google Domains for violating our terms of service.
The Daily Stormer filed their registration with Google at 7:51 am Pacific time, but Google canceled the registration at 11:02 am Pacific time.
A post from Andrew “Weev” Auernheimer on his Facebook account claims that Google has seized the Daily Stormer domain. According to his Facebook. Auernheimer is the Chief Technology Officer at Daily Stormer.
Auernheimer posted earlier on Monday that LinkedIn had disabled his account and that Discord had also “killed” his account.
Discord tweeted out an image that stated, “Discord’s mission is to bring people together around gaming. We are about positivity and inclusivity. Not hate. Not violence.
Today, we’ve shut down the altright.com server and a number of accounts associated with the events in Charlottesville. We will continue to take action against white supremacy, nazi ideology, and all forms of hate.”
The caption that went along with Discord’s tweet simply read, “Love. Not hate.” The tweet has been retweeted over 100,000 times.
Love. Not hate. pic.twitter.com/5xFpvHTuI2
— Discord (@discordapp) August 14, 2017