Cloudflare CEO: It's easy to kick out Nazis, but I'm worried about the long term
It’s easy to kick Nazis off your platform.
“People send you nice notes when you do,” said Matthew Prince, CEO of Cloudflare. “But I really worry about the long term.”
Prince’s company was one of many that took action in the wake of the recent (and in one case, fatal) violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, spurred by far right groups.
Not many people know what Cloudflare is, so, just know this: It’s a big part of the internet’s infrastructure. It’s significant—as was Prince’s decision to kick The Daily Stormer off Cloudflare, which helped lead to the website going offline. Read more…