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GoDaddy Hosting Free Virtual Event for Small Business Owners - GoDaddy OPEN 2021

GoDaddy Inc. (NYSE: GDDY), the company that empowers everyday entrepreneurs, has opened registration for GoDaddy OPEN 2021, a free, online event for small business owners to learn, connect and grow their businesses. GoDaddy OPEN will take place on Tuesday, September 28, 2021 and include a lineup of inspiring business leaders, experts, influencers, and a special fireside chat with four-time Grand Slam champion and entrepreneur, Naomi Osaka. Understanding that for small businesses, being open is m

Yahoo | September 9, 2021

GoDaddy and Main Street America Partner on the Launch of New E-Commerce Tool to Help More Small Businesses Get Online

GoDaddy, the company empowering everyday entrepreneurs around the world by providing all of the help and tools to succeed online, has partnered with Main Street America (MSA), an organization dedic...

Yahoo | September 8, 2021

Video Game CEO Ousted Over His Support of Texas Abortion Law

(Bloomberg) -- The head of video game publisher Tripwire Interactive LLC stepped down late Monday following severe backlash to comments he made in support of the recent Texas anti-abortion law.John Gibson, the former CEO who co-founded Tripwire in 2005, said Saturday on Twitter that he supported the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision to allow the Texas law to stand. The law bans abortions after six weeks and deputizes citizens to sue people who perform or aid in the procedure. Tripwire, which

Yahoo | September 7, 2021

2 Cheap Stocks Where Slow and Steady Wins the Race

Growth stocks are sports cars, and it's understandable in both cases to crack open the hood before buying in to see what kind of power you're getting. GoDaddy (NYSE: GDDY) and Sirius XM Holdings (NASDAQ: SIRI) aren't popular investments among growth stock investors, but they've been cranking out years of positive growth at a steady and predictable pace. Domain name registrations may not seem like a hotbed industry.

Yahoo | September 6, 2021

Texas anti-abortion tip website gets new domain registrar known for hosting extremist content following boot from GoDaddy

The website''s new host, Epik, also hosts sites for right-wing and conspiracy theory groups such as QAnon, 8chan, Alex Jones'' InfoWars, Parler and Gab.

Business Insider | September 5, 2021

GoDaddy banning Texas Right to Life reporting Site

Texas Right to Life has been informed by GoDaddy that they are being expelled. It was informed by the domain host that GoDaddy had suspended their website, which allowed citizens to report any person who performed or assisted an abortion within six weeks. The site would be taken down in 24 hours. The site sprang [] GoDaddy banning Texas Right to Life reporting Site

Newslanes | September 4, 2021

GoDaddy terminates hosting of anti-abortion tip website

Portions of the website which allow people to submit anonymous tips on suspected abortions on Friday showed a GoDaddy notification saying the site had been locked down.

Zee News | September 4, 2021

Website for Reporting Texas Abortion Violations Inaccessible After GoDaddy Warning

GoDaddy informed Texas Right to Life, the group behind the website, that it had violated "multiple provisions" of its terms of service.

Newsweek | September 4, 2021

GoDaddy removes website set up to report Texans for having abortions

GoDaddy removed a website set up to allow snitches to send anonymous tips about Texans getting abortions after Texas''s controversial anti-abortion law went into effect on Wednesday.

Daily Mail Online | September 4, 2021

Anti-Abortion Whistleblowing Site Gets New Home With Provider Known for Hosting Right-Wing Extremists

screengrab An online whistleblower portal created by an evangelical organization to punish anyone providing abortion services in Texas has reportedly found a new home alongside neo-Nazis and white supremacists after getting the boot Friday by hosting provider GoDaddy. The states draconian Texas Heartbeat Act took effect on Sept. 1, and bans abortions outright after the sixth week of pregnancybefore most women realize they are pregnant. Also known as SB 8, it was signed into law by Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, in May. And while there are loopholes for a mother whose life is in danger, the act does not include exceptions for rape or incest. In addition to targeting doctors who provide abortions, SB 8 also opens the door to lawsuits against insurance companies and even transportation ...

The Daily Beast | September 4, 2021

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