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The Anti-Defamation League published scathing article on Epik

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The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is an international Jewish non-governmental organization based in the US. Its motto is “Fighting hate for good.”

A recent article published by the ADL focuses on the role that domain registrar Epik has played in supporting the lifeline of extremist groups.

Titled “The Infrastructure of Hate: Epik Hosts Extremist Groups,” the article is a scathing timeline of events, with a chronology that details how Epik responded to requests for registrar support by extremist, right-wing, or other fringe groups.

According to the ADL article, Epik is not doing enough to demonstrate that extremism and hate aren’t welcome on its platform and has not signed a framework by domain registrars with a common front against such activities.

Read the full article.


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4 Responses to “The Anti-Defamation League published scathing article on Epik”
  1. Frankie Funicello says:

    It’s exactly why I do not do any business with Epik. Disgusting.

  2. Samer says:

    What are their sources? They probably just read the Wikipedia, Huffc(Com)Post article.

    Anyone who bothered to do the homework, knows, Rob doesnt have a Racist bone in his body.

    So much for โ€œunityโ€ ADL… Nice to know which way you lean.

    Talk to Rob! No CEO is more available, friendly, courteous.

    Hope Rob sues them for libel or slander.

    Samer

  3. Roger says:

    I subscribe to the opinion above. I had a pleasure of talking to Rob a few months back, I also know he employs and collaborates with people of color. How eccentric for a racist, isn’t it? As for the ADL, they’re well-known for overblowing stuff, it seems like their policy is to hunt for even the smallest signs of possible antisemitism which eventually comes down to blackmail – people or institutions not intimidated by their convoluted worldview and agenda are deemed as enemies, “far-righters” (do people brandishing this term even know what “right” means?) or other “fringers”. In practical terms, it’s simply a witchhunt.

  4. DomainGang says:

    The ADL article documents actions providing shelter to hateful content in the name of “freedom of speech” along with lack of action as needed to manage hateful activities.

    If anything, it’s accurate on the company’s methods of doing business and does not refer to the founder as racist.

    No matter how small or big the issue is in the eyes of the public, this is not a political “leaning” of sorts; ADL got involved to stigmatize the actions and identify those involved. The list has gotten bigger since the original incident.

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