It’s removal was announced by Gab in a tweet in which the social network posted part of the letter it received from Google, which said the app violated its hate speech policy. Though the network bills itself as a site for free speech, it’s attracted mainly far-right users, many who have been banned for violating hate speech policies on other social networking sites. Gab’s green frog logo also bears a striking resemblance to the unofficial white supremacist mascot Pepe the Frog. Gab recently raised $1 million in a crowdfunding campaign after the events of Charlottesville.
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