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Digital rights group warns that Google's stance on neo-Nazis is 'dangerous'

18 August 2017, 10:24 | Christie Tate

Digital rights group warns that Google's stance on neo-Nazis is 'dangerous'

Digital rights group warns that Google's stance on neo-Nazis is 'dangerous'

"You don't have to play this game too many moves out to see how risky this is going to be", Prince said.

Ahead of the rally, the housing booking service Airbnb barred rentals to people it believed were traveling to participate. The company says it has more than 250 million users. Apple is giving $1 million apiece to Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League.

Other social media sites are also grappling with these issues. Posts at Physical Removal had mocked the woman killed at the rally.

Obeidallah's suit says the site embedded fabricated messages in June 1 story to make them seem like they had been sent from Obeidallah's Twitter account, tricking readers into believing he took responsibility for the May 22 terrorist attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.

Prince said Friday that the company became aware three months ago that The Daily Stormer was harassing people who were submitting complaints about its content. The registration quickly cancelled for "violating our terms of service", a Google spokesperson said. According to Radio Free Europe, the Russian company responsible for registering the Daily Stormer's Russian domain received a letter from Russian authorities asking it "to look into the possibility of register suspension due to extremist content of this domain".

Email marketing firm MailChimp said some groups had their accounts terminated after it changed its terms of service on Monday to exclude customers whose primary objective was "inciting harm" or promoting "discriminatory, hateful, or harassing content".

Website builder SquareSpace, meanwhile, told The Verge that it will "remove a group of sites from our platform" within 48 hours.

Cloudflare were among the companies cutting off services to hate groups or removing material that spread hate.

S Korean Leader Prohibits US From Attacking N Korea Without Seoul's Content
Trump tweeted on Wednesday. "The potential consequences of military action are too horrific to even contemplate", Guterres said. Bush government froze North Korean assets in a bank in Macau, leading to the North's first nuclear test on October 9, 2006.

The american service of online payments PayPal has assured that "working to ensure that our services may not be used to accept payments or gifts for activities that promote hatred, violence and racial intolerance", wrote Franz Paasche, a vice-president of the group.

"Weev", the system administrator for The Daily Stormer is planning on sending Nazis to #HeatherHeyer funeral. "We've stopped proxying their traffic and stopped answering DNS requests for their sites", Matthew Prince wrote in a blog post yesterday. Facebook has had campaigns against radical Islam and blocked those kinds of sites, and people have often questioned, well, are they using their corporate power legitimately?

Meanwhile, Spotify has removed music from white supremacist bands after Digital Music News called them out; Deezer has reportedly done the same.

The site of fans of video games Discord has also closed several accounts which were used, clearly, to propagate ideas of nationalism and violent.

Spotify said: "We are glad to have been alerted to this content - and have already removed numerous bands identified, while urgently reviewing the remainder". The social network, which was criticized earlier this year for mistakenly blocking atheist and ex-Muslim pages, does not plan to update its terms of service in the wake of the attack.

Some have said they have an obligation to take down content that incites violence.

Having his company embraced by white supremacists pushed him to his decision, he told Gizmodo.



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