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OKCupid joins a growing corporate backlash against neo-Nazis in the U. after the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va.Technology companies that once tolerated white supremacists are now booting them from their services.The crackdown resulting from Charlottesville reflects a dramatic reversal for technology companies that for years have taken a more hands-off approach to freewheeling debate on their services.The more aggressive stance is being applauded by the Southern Poverty Law Center, which monitors the activities of hate groups and has pressed Silicon Valley to take action.The company currently has 3,243 partners worldwide in countries including the US, Canada, South Africa, Australia and all European regions.Headquartered in Windsor, England, the company also has offices in Miami, US and Sydney, Australia.

From muscle men to average athletes and from treadmill to road runner, you can find females and males who share your passion for running.Now even his dating life is being targeted."We were alerted that white supremacist Chris Cantwell was on Ok Cupid.Within 10 minutes we banned him for life," OK Cupid tweeted.In 2009, it announced annual revenue in excess £25 million.White Label (WLD) was started in 2003 by Ross Williams, founder and managing director of web design agency Rawnet.

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