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How Do You Keep Your Website Online If All Domain Registrars Cancels Your Registration

By Kachi Ojieh Wednesday, August 16, 2017
This post was written for educational purposes only! For those who want to learn web stuffs.

Have you ever been banned or kicked out from ALL domain registrars’ services? How do you keep your website online in such situation? Let’s learn together.

If you have been following the recent news from around the web, a neo-Nazi media outlet The Daily Stormer (TDS) moved to the dark web due to multiple domain registrars (GoDaddy, Google domains, etc) dropping their website registration and refusing them to gain access to its services after they published a hateful article. According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the website (dailystormer.com) is "dedicated to spreading anti-Semitism, neo-Nazism, and white nationalism,"

Anyways, if you are curious to know the founder of the neo-Nazi Daily Stormer website, it’s Andrew Anglin.

After the site violated GoDaddy's terms of service, they had no option but to cut ties with them.

The next line of action was that The Daily Stormer had to move to the dark web as reported by TheNextWeb. The Daily Stormer tweeted the URL to the new site which can be accessed via Tor browser.

Also, they replied one of their twitter followers by saying "we don't care about secure communication or anonymity. we just want our site online in a way that can't be shut down by corporations."


Now, the big question of the day: How do you keep your website online if all domain registrars cancels your domain registration and blocks access to their services? Is moving over to the dark web the best solution? Over to you.
This post was written for educational purposes only! For those who want to learn web stuffs.

Have you ever been banned or kicked out from ALL domain registrars’ services? How do you keep your website online in such situation? Let’s learn together.

If you have been following the recent news from around the web, a neo-Nazi media outlet The Daily Stormer (TDS) moved to the dark web due to multiple domain registrars (GoDaddy, Google domains, etc) dropping their website registration and refusing them to gain access to its services after they published a hateful article. According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the website (dailystormer.com) is "dedicated to spreading anti-Semitism, neo-Nazism, and white nationalism,"

Anyways, if you are curious to know the founder of the neo-Nazi Daily Stormer website, it’s Andrew Anglin.

After the site violated GoDaddy's terms of service, they had no option but to cut ties with them.

The next line of action was that The Daily Stormer had to move to the dark web as reported by TheNextWeb. The Daily Stormer tweeted the URL to the new site which can be accessed via Tor browser.

Also, they replied one of their twitter followers by saying "we don't care about secure communication or anonymity. we just want our site online in a way that can't be shut down by corporations."


Now, the big question of the day: How do you keep your website online if all domain registrars cancels your domain registration and blocks access to their services? Is moving over to the dark web the best solution? Over to you.

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Kachi Ojieh
Kachi Ojieh

"Tech Is Before Anything Else since 2017". Kachi Ojieh is the CEO and Founder of Tech Is Bae. An enthusiastic blogger with the heart to unify all tech lovers across the globe. Currently working to make sure readers keep coming back for more.

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