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The “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, ostensibly a protest against the removal of a Confederate monument, drew hate groups that included neo-Nazis, Ku Klux Klan members, white supremacists, and gun-wielding militias.
The rally turned violent shortly after it began on the evening of August 11, when counter-protestors and rally attendees clashed with one another.
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The website then registered its domain with Google, which promptly dropped it as well.
These decisions, in combination with the article, set off a wave of other companies following suit.
After white supremacist James Allsup was kicked out of his Uber for allegedly making racist comments to his driver, the company permanently banned Allsup from using its app.
Allsup tweeted a video of part of the incident on August 11, saying he had been sleeping before he was asked to get out of the car: After James Fields was arrested and accused of driving his car into a group of counter-protestors at the rally, killing Heyer, crowdfunding campaigns were launched on Go Fund Me to help Fields with his legal costs.
Shortly after Google and Go Daddy dropped The Daily Stormer, popular chat service Discord announced that it had shut down a server used by another far-right website,