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Tim Cook addresses Charlottesville hate march in company-wide email – read it here

In the wake of the white nationalist march on Charlottesville this past weekend, a number of white supremacist websites have found it increasingly difficult to remain online and solicit donations from supporters. In perhaps the most high-profile example, the neo-nazi website Daily Stormer was kicked off of GoDaddy a few days ago. Following that, the hate oriented website was also prevented from registering with Google, ultimately forcing the site to resurface on the dark web.
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