White supremacist website The Daily Stormer is having problems finding a domain provider.

The troubles began on Sunday when the website published a story mocking Heather Heyer, a women who was killed by a car that drove into protestors in Charlottesville, Virginia at the weekend.

The website was hosted by GoDaddy and after a Twitter user pointed out that the site was brimming with hate and might be violating the hosts terms of service, GoDaddy gave The Daily Stormer 24 hours to move its website.

While moving a website isn’t all that big of a deal, it appears that its made harder when your site is reportedly dedicated to inciting violence and spreading bigotry. Who would have thought.

Recode reports that The Daily Stormer applied for a Google Domain and on Monday a spokesperson said the application had been cancelled.

“We are cancelling Daily Stormer’s registration with Google Domains for violating our terms of service,” the spokesperson said, but didn’t elaborate on which terms it violated.

At time of writing The Daily Stormer cannot be accessed.

 

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