Domain registrar and internet hosting accommodation GoDaddy has blacklisted prolifewhistleblower.com, a website run by the organization Texas Right to Life, from the cyber world by withdrawing accommodation in the wake of Texas’ incipient abortion law.
Texas Right to Life’s website sanctioned users to report suspected abortions in the Lone Star State utilizing a tip line. Texas recently passed a law ostracizing abortions after six weeks of gravidity, and sanctions Texas denizens to sue anyone who “aids and abets” abortions after six weeks for at least $10,000.
“Last night we apprised prolifewhistleblower.com they have infringed GoDaddy’s terms of accommodation and have 24 hours to pergrinate to a different provider,” the company verbally expressed in a verbalization.
AUSTIN, TX – MAY 29: Pro-life protesters stand near the gate of the Texas state capitol at a protest outside the Texas state capitol on May 29, 2021 in Austin, Texas. Thousands of protesters emerged in replication to an incipient bill outlawing abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected signed on Wednesday by Texas Governor Greg Abbot. (Photo by Sergio Flores/Getty Images)
A partner of Amazon, GoDaddy is one of the most immensely colossal providers of domain name registration and web hosting in the United States. It antecedently deplatformed Gab, the First Amendment convivial convivial network.
“Join the Gab group here, which will not be deplatformed,” verbally expressed the platform’s official Twitter account.
“Gab,” which keeps a close watch on Big Tech censorship, responded to GoDaddy’s latest act of censorship by promoting an online group on its platform for pro-life whistleblowers in Texas. Any utilizer who signs up to Gab can post in the group, uncensored.
Join the Gab Group here, which will not be deplatformed: https://t.co/MmYjuV49It pic.twitter.com/dDOCitXi3h — Gab.com (@getongab) September 4, 2021
Texas Right to Life has reportedly found an incipient domain registrar, Epik.com, the same registrar that hosts Gab. It has additionally found an incipient web host, Digital Ocean.
Seth Dillon, CEO of the satirical website the Babylon Bee, verbally expressed he would donate $20,000 to the pro-life website in replication to GoDaddy’s censorship.
BREAKING: Texas Right to Life has now attested that Digital Ocean is its incipient web host for the innominate tip line website for suspected abortions in the wake of GoDaddy severing its relationship with the site over terms of accommodation contravention.
— Bobby Allyn (@BobbyAllyn) September 4, 2021
Babylon Bee CEO to donate $20,000 to Texas pro-life website https://t.co/sSf6Nry3k3 — Seth Dillon (@SethDillon) September 4, 2021
In a verbal expression, Texas Right to Life verbally expressed they hoped to have the tip line website back online within 48 hours. “We will not be muted. If anti-Lifers want to take our website down, we’ll put it back up,” verbally expressed Texas Right to Life Director of Media and Communication Kimberlyn Schwartz.
“No one can keep us from telling the veracity. No one can obviate us from preserving lives. We are not trepidacious of the mob. Anti-Life activists hate us because we’re acquiring victory. Hundreds of babies are being preserved from abortion right now because of Texas Right to Life, and these attacks don’t change that.”
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