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Cloudflare has stopped protecting a widely-reviled neo-Nazi website from cyber attacks

Cloudflare booted The Daily Stormer off of its paid service on Wednesday, a move that could leave the neo-Nazi website vulnerable to large scale cyber attacks. Cloudflare's decision to stop providing service to the site — following days of controversy over the site's racist and abusive content — won't have an immediate effect. That's because the site is currently inaccessible, due to companies like GoDaddy and Google cancelling their domain name registry services for it.
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