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After bouncing around the Web, Daily Stormer lands a new CDN provider
Ars Technica
The Daily Stormer was dumped by several Internet service providers this week after it posted a story mocking the appearance of Heather Heyer, the 32-year-old woman killed last Saturday in Charlottesville. By mid-week, the site was accessible only ...
Options for neo-Nazis on the internet are starting to shrinkEngadget
Digital rights group warns of free speech risk after white extremists are bannedThe Hill
Google, SF firm end service to hate siteMountain View Voice
The Daily Caller -Reason (blog)
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MyAJC (blog)

Broadband in rural Georgia poised to become a 2018 election issue
MyAJC (blog)
In a recent interview, House Speaker David Ralston, R-Blue Ridge, named improved Internet access in rural Georgia as a priority for his chamber in 2018. State Sen. Steve Gooch, R-Dahlonega, would have you know that he filed a bill on the same topic ...

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Memo suggests how Google and Facebook could be vulnerable to a political attack from the right
The report highlights a brewing battle over how much control internet providers and platforms should have when it comes to unpopular political viewpoints. For instance, Google revoked domain registration services for the online neo-Nazi publication ...
One idea for regulating Google and Facebook's control over contentAxios

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