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Spotify is now pulling white supremacy music off its service

Charlottesville has inspired domain servers and social platforms to act and take more action against white supremacy. Now, music-streaming services are stepping up. Spotify has pulled several white-supremacist bands from its service, Billboard reported Wednesday. SEE ALSO: GoDaddy bans neo-Nazi site after cretinous Charlottesville article This move comes three years after Southern Poverty Law Center flagged a certain number of groups as "hate bands," according to Billboard.
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