Enlarge (credit: CommScope) This article originally appeared on ProPublica on August 18, 2017.
The neo-Nazi site The Daily Stormer was back online Friday with help from a small company whose founder said he wanted to defend free speech and raise the commercial profile of his new venture.
The Daily Stormer was dumped by several internet service providers this week after it posted a story mocking the appearance of Heather Heyer, the 32-year-old woman killed [last] Saturday in Charlottesville.
By mid-week, it was accessible only through what is known as the dark web, a corner of the Internet that is not easily accessible to ordinary users.
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