Gab is back online

The social network Gab is an alternative to Facebook or Twitter, popular among people who are far away, but comes back online after losing domain registrar and hosting services. The site resumed work on Sunday, a week after Gab killed and killed a total of 11 people in the Pittsburgh synagogue.

Gab went offline on October 28th. The perpetrator, Robert Bowers, maintained a profile of a site full of anti-Semitic people. Payment processor PayPal promptly banned Gab to "permanently allow hate, violence or discriminatory prejudice." Joyent, payment processor Stripe, domain registrar GoDaddy, Blog Platform Medium and e-commerce service Shopify. . Gab was previously prohibited from Apple's and Google's mobile app store as well as Microsoft's Azure web hosting service.

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