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Should Web Hosting Companies Be Responsible for Website Content?

Not every website out there has good intentions – that’s clear. But who should be responsible for extremely troubling content? Recently GoDaddy was called into question for hosting a site that gave a platform to a neo-Nazi site that promoted the rally that turned violent last weekend. The web hosting company kicked them off, and then Google did the same. But should GoDaddy and Google be held responsible for the content that supported that violence and hate? We asked our writers, “Should web hosting companies be responsible for website content?” Our Opinion Miguel doesn’t feel they should be held responsible.
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