this is not how we solve inconsistencies amongst browsers and users.
At Namecheap, we see both sides of the free speech consideration. On the one hand, we cannot be the ones censoring content, unpopular though it may be. On the other hand, and without question, the content appearing on the DailyStormer.lol is highly offensive, even more so in light of the recent ev…
There is a lot of discussion about this topic in the news this week, kicked off by Dreamhost. This response from Namecheap is probably the best argument I’ve read.
I think at this point, I’m about as inclined to follow a Medium link as I would be to follow a MySpace link.
Yes Slack, in my 20th channel, I know I can react to a message with an emoji. I really don’t get decision to firewall each account.