The Moscow Times reports: Russia’s media watchdog on Thursday said it had requested that a Russian internet provider suspend the Daily Stormer neo-Nazi website after it was previously blocked by U.S. tech firms. Roskomnadzor head Alexander...Show More Summary
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Hey, good morning! This Thursday, Nokia is returning to the flagship phone fight, neo-Nazi sites struggle to find a place on the web and HBO's woes continue.
It's been a tumultuous week for America's leading neo-Nazi website, The Daily Stormer. Several web hosting companies have kicked Daily Stormer off their services, and now it appears that Cloudflare, the company that has long protected The Daily Stormer from DDoS attacks, has ended its business with the website too. More »
The self-proclaimed "world's most genocidal Republican website" moved to a Russian domain and a.Ru web address on Wednesday morning. By Wednesday afternoon, the site was already down.
A comedian filed a defamation lawsuit against the white supremacist website, which briefly returned from exile with a Russian domain name.
Fake news web sites floated an incoherent story alleging that a white supremacist arrested for vehicular attack in Charlottesville, Virginia is a Democrat who met with Obama in the White House.
The right-wing hate site Daily Stormer has returned to the web with a Russian domain. In the wake of the racial violence by Nazis in Charlottesville last weekend that left one woman dead, GoDaddy booted the site off its service. Daily Stormer attempted to register on Google before that company also blocked it. The site […]
A web hosting company says they are being compelled to turn over all information about an anti-Trump site that helped organize Inauguration Day protests.
The site can only be accessed by using an anonymizing browser such as Tor
After being booted from multiple domain registrars for its hate-filled content, neo-Nazi media outlet The Daily Stormer (TDS) has found a new home on the dark web. It tweeted the URL to the new site in the past few hours; you’ll need the Tor browser to access it. Show More Summary
A web hosting firm is fighting a demand by US prosecutors for data on visitors to a site organizing a protest during the inauguration of President Donald Trump in a fresh clash over digital privacy rights.
The white nationalist website's vulgar article on a victim of the Charlottesville counterprotest was the final straw. The Daily Stormer, a Neo-Nazi site, is without a web domain after publishing an obscene article criticizing Heather Heyer, the 32-year-old victim of the recent Charlottesville riots. Show More Summary
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Jeff Sessions’ Department of Justice is casting a wide net to find out just who’s protesting Donald Trump’s rule. Web hosting provider DreamHost is pushing back on a Justice Department request, backed by a search warrant, for information...Show More Summary
If you open multiple websites in the Firefox web browser -- and most Firefox users probably do -- you may run into situations where Firefox slows down at one point or the other. Firefox handles semi-large numbers of tabs quite well, both when it comes to memory use and CPU utilization, but there is still […] Ghacks needs you. Show More Summary
Raw Story reports: The white supremacist website The Daily Stormer is taking a page out of the Westboro Baptist Church playbook by sending self-described Nazis to the funeral of a woman who was allegedly killed by a white nationalist brethren in Charlottesville, Virginia. Show More Summary
The Washington Post reports: A Los Angeles-based tech company is resisting a federal demand for more than 1.3 million IP addresses to identify visitors to a website set up to coordinate protests on Inauguration Day — a request whose breadth the company says violates the Constitution. Show More Summary
As awesome as the internet is, there are plenty of stupid, irritating, or downright useless things on it. A few websites do their best to collect the worst of the web. Even if you consider yourself an internet expert, get ready for a few surprises. Show More Summary