Two more platforms have suspended Gab in the wake of Pittsburgh shooting

After confirming that PayPal paused social network platform Gab, the two companies that announced the site in a few hours announced that they planned to suspend payment processing site Stripe and cloud hosting company Joyent.

Last night, Gab posted a screenshot of Joyent's reminder from Joyent that he had been "notified of a violation of the Joyent Terms of Service" and suspended the site by 9:00 AM on Monday, October. 29 days. "I'm looking for a solution," Gab said.

Gab made a second announcement that evening. Stripe says it suspended your site's account. "Gab has not provided enough evidence that Gab has not actually prevented our policy violations in the Gab Pro service or other parts of the service that depend on Stripe," Stripe concludes within a week of the investigation.

The profile of the site, maintained by 46-year-old Robert Bowers, has emerged as an immediate aftermath of the Pittsburgh shooting, killing 11 people and injuring several others. Screenshots show that Bowers has released a number of anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, and as a result, Gab's watch has been enhanced. Gab immediately stopped talking to him and said he had cooperated with the authorities, but he accepted the proposal that the right people are responsible for the environment that made them attractive.

Gab has already been booted from another major platform. Apple and Google have blocked mobile apps from publishing apps on their sites. Earlier this summer, Microsoft threatened to stop hosting unless a pair was removed from the site. Within the next 48 hours, anti-Semitic pillars Gab anticipated that would be banned "soon" by Facebook and Twitter.

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