GoDaddy is going to kick Texas Right to Life from its web platform, especially after the group created a “whistleblower website” that would notify anyone who has had an abortion. The state of Texas has changed its laws and would focus on the specific time period when a pregnant woman would have an abortion and do so under legal conditions.
The world’s largest domain specialist has huge control and stakes in the internet, especially with its services that provide businesses with a platform on the internet. However, its massive hack last year severely affected its systems for its users.
GoDaddy to Kick Texas Right to Life from Web Platform
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The New York Times reported that GoDaddy’s platform will launch an anti-abortion website called “Texas Right to Life” from the platform. The GoDaddy spokesperson said the website violated the company’s terms of service and engaged in unwanted behavior on the internet.
The domain that would have 24 hours to perform its services is known to be “prolifewhistleblower.com”, which gives people the opportunity to make fun of others. The website has a reporting tool that could send anonymous advice to the advocacy platform, and here they would have the information of those who have gone through the procedure.
While the main Texas Right to Life domain was not the target, GoDaddy still said the company violated many provisions and could also face the same penalty as the first.
What the group did was violate the privacy of those who have had an abortion, especially since they have the power to use their platform and condemn those who have had one.
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The Power of GoDaddy on the Internet
Come on daddy has a huge stake in the internet because it is both a domain service and a web hosting platform which are two of the main aspects of a website. The platform serves as a place where people can stay and settle, while the domain service helps register the website address in the internet books.
That being said, when GoDaddy bans or launches a website, it would lose both the privileges of registering its name with the company, as well as having a platform to stay on. It’s already two moves in one.
It sounds a lot like another popular company known to the public as Amazon Web Services that uses a cloud-based virtual web hosting service to bring people to the platform they need.
The New Texas Law
Texas’ new law is about abortion, specifically having only 6 weeks of life or pregnancy to be legally aborted or removed from the mother’s womb. This is something the advocacy group has campaigned against its website.
However, this prompted them to ban or condemn the people who did. With this, many TikTok users and concerned citizens flooded the site. with false reports and duped the Texas Right to Life website.
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