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Who's Behind Hostens: An Interview with Hostens CEO
MyHostNews.com (press release)
Fifteen years ago, a developer from Lithuania wanted to start his own business – a web development company. In the process, he would go on to tackle a much bigger opportunity by starting a web hosting business. Today, his company owns the most modern ...


Testing boundaries of free speech
Similar slippery-slope questions are raised by private companies denying services to hate groups. After Charlottesville, two website hosting companies booted The Daily Stormer, a leading neo-Nazi site. VDARE, an anti-immigrant website that publishes ...

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The Verge

Why the alt-right can't build an alt-internet
The Verge
Since Squarespace and other hosting services have started banning white supremacist sites, it's also possible that we'll see parallel companies running their own alternatives. And starting a web hosting service could certainly insulate sites from the ...
Cloudflare CEO: It's easy to kick out Nazis, but I'm worried about the ...Mashable
Why we shouldn't cheer for white supremacist website deletionsThe Conversation CA
The Problems With Internet Platforms Policing HateThe Ringer (blog)
Breitbart News
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Ars Technica

Web hosting, CDN companies torn as to how to respond to racist websites
Ars Technica
Some tech companies that provide hosting, domain, and CDN services to many of the most prominent hate groups are now re-evaluating those decisions in the wake of recent far-right violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. However, other firms are holding ...


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