Gab, one of the first forays of Alt-Tech (or Tech 2.0) is under attack from the SJW-Fueled-I.T.-Company industry:
The social media service Gab, which bills itself as Twitter for the alt-right, is on the verge of being booted from the internet.
Andrew Torba, CEO of the company, posted on Monday that “Gab’s domain registrar has given us 5 days to transfer our domain or they will seize it.”
The domain registrar Gab hosts its site with, Asia Registry, told the social media site in an email that it prohibits “use of a domain name for unlawful purposes.” It claims that Gab violates Australian anti-discrimination laws, according to an email that Gab posted on Twitter. Though Gab is based in the U.S., Asia Registry based in Australia…
Torba said that he was hopeful Gab would be able to continue running through https://www.nearlyfreespeech.net/ as a “safe haven.”…
Gab pushing from Asia Registry comes on the heels of the social media company filing an antitrust lawsuit against Google.
Prior to the suit, Google had suspended Gab from its Google Play app store in August. Google said it removed Gab because of its insufficient “level of moderation, including for content that encourages violence and advocates hate against groups of people.”
This will be a long, hard slog.