TSR Tech: Popular web host GoDaddy cut off a website created by an anti-abortion organization that encourages people to report anyone who violates the new Texas abortion law.
As we reported earlier this week, Texas now has a law that makes it illegal for anyone to help a woman have an abortion after six weeks. Pregnancy, rape or incest are no exceptions.
The anti-abortion organization Texas Life Rights has created a website that requires citizens to report people who violate the new law and promises to “make sure that those who violate the law are accountable for their actions.”
According to @theverge, GoDaddy recently gave the team 24 hours to find a new home. “We have notified prolifewhistleblower.com that they have within 24 hours to transfer to another provider for violating our terms of service,” a spokesperson told New York Times with edge.
By late Friday, the site appeared to have found a home in Epik, which is known for helping save controversial sites, including Gab, social media platform Parler, and Internet hate forum 8chan, which other Internet service providers will not accept they.
However, the site closed early on Sunday morning and resumed sometime in the evening.
Initially, GoDaddy told edge The whistleblower’s website violated “multiple provisions” of its terms of service, including Article 5.2, which reads as follows: Without the explicit prior written consent of other users or any other person or entity, you may not collect or obtain (or allow anyone else to collect or obtain) any user content (as defined below) or any other user or any other person or entity Of non-public or personally identifiable information.
According to reports, Epik also decided to host forms that allow citizens to notify neighbors that it violated its terms of service and cut off the website. It is not clear who is hosting the controversial website.
After a group of TikToker flooded the site with false prompts, the site also encountered public problems.
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