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Apple Pay, Cloudflare and PayPal join the trend: Cutting off white supremacists

Apple, Cloudflare and PayPal have joined the parade of companies cutting off services to white nationalists after an anti-racist counter-protester was killed and others injured in Charlottesville, Va., last weekend. In statements circulated among employees and published online, the companies condemned...
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