Social network Gab appears online again




Gab is back online after last week several companies refused to provide services to the social network. Among them was GoDaddy, but Gab has found a new domain name manager.

Gab The domain name manager Epik has accepted the registration of Gab, writes the company . That decision was not taken lightly, according to the company’s CEO, Robert W. Monster. According to the CEO, Gab’s founder, Andrew Torba, does something ‘dappers’, referring to not only tolerating opposing opinions, but even welcoming them.

However, Monster points out that this attitude entails a great responsibility with regard to the monitoring and ‘light curating’ of content, to remain within the rules of the law. Epik does not indicate whether it has set further conditions for the provision of services to Gab.

That social network went offline last week after GoDaddy stopped providing domain services. Also PayPal, Medium, payment platform Stripe and hosting company Joyent no longer wanted to cooperate with Gab, because according to them members spread hate speech via the platform. In particular, extreme right has embraced Gab for allowing radical expressions.


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