But as soon as a site engages in "inciting violence against a group or an individual", that violates GoDaddy's terms of service and necessitates it be taken down, Irving said.
Chennai-based software as a service (SaaS) giant Zoho has dropped neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer as its customer after the site posted an article inciting hate against a woman who was killed at a white nationalist rally in the USA over the weekend.
GoDaddy gave their suspension notice to The Daily Stormer after left-wing activist Amy Siskind informed them of an inflammatory post they had made regarding a death at the march.
GoDaddy spokesman Dan Race tells the New York Daily News that the Daily Stormer violated its terms of service by labeling the 32-year-old Heyer "fat" and "childless". The sites also use a GoDaddy-affiliated privacy service called Domains by Proxy, which stops the public from discovering contact information associated with a domain name.
A spokesperson for GoDaddy told the Washington Post that the company chose to no longer host the neo-Nazi website because it believed the article could incite more violence.
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GoDaddy has given The Daily Stormer, a prominent neo-Nazi website, 24 hours to find a new home online.
GoDaddy has said it will no longer host a neo-Nazi and white supremacist website that published vitriolic comments about a woman killed during violence at a far-right rally in Virginia at the weekend.
Individuals have bombarded the hosting service with complaints for months over its willingness to host The Daily Stormer.
A message on the Daily Stormer this morning suggested the site may have also been targeted by worldwide hacking collective Anonymous over its comments about Heyer. (GDDY) banned the site, giving it 24 hours to find a new host.
The hack resulted in a message on the website insisting that the Daily Stormer would be shut down permanently in 24 hours.
Anonymous later added, "To be clear, we're saying they weren't hacked".