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How the alt-right got kicked offline after Charlottesville — from Uber to Google

The alt-right grew up on the Internet. Now, after Charlottesville, some of the far-right movement's most infamous personalities are getting kicked off. Off Uber, Google and PayPal — in one case, kicked off the web entirely — as tech companies rush to condemn last weekend's violent white nationalist marches and penalize those who condoned them. “I haven't seen them take […]
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