After web host GoDaddy announced it would no longer allow white supremacist website Daily Stormer on its platform, Google said Monday it would follow suit in preventing the site from using its hosting service.

The hosting companies were joined in the purge of neo-Nazi and white supremacist content by Discord, a chat service with a large following in the gaming community. Discord announced it shut down accounts and servers that hosted white supremacist groups.

Daily Stormer made its move to Google’s hosting service Google Domains after receiving a 24-hour warning from GoDaddy to move its site to another domain provider. GoDaddy said the site violated the company’s terms of service and would no longer be allowed to use the host.

Google used the same line of reasoning for canceling the registration of Daily Stormer, stating the group also violated the terms of service for Google Domains but providing no additional detail as to which terms were violated.

GoDaddy offered the 24-hour ultimatum to Daily Stormer after the site posted an incendiary article about the victim of a vehicular attack carried out by a white supremacist during protests that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia.

The article calls Heather Heyer, the 32-year-old who was killed while protesting against hate groups, “fat” and “the definition of uselessness” because she was childless. The article also referred to the neo-Nazi who rammed his car into a crowd of protesters, injuring dozens and killing Heyer, as a “straight player.”

“Given this latest article comes on the immediate heels of a violent act, we believe this type of article could incite additional violence, which violates our terms of service,” a spokesperson for GoDaddy told International Business Times.

While GoDaddy has clear language in its terms of service forbidding users from making violent threats, Google does not.

The company does have provisions in its privacy agreement that restrict attempts to use privacy settings to “to conceal involvement with activities that are... bigoted based on racial, ethnic... or political grounds.” However, the registration for Daily Stormer did not conceal the registrant’s information.

While Google and GoDaddy refused to play host to Daily Stormer, communications platform Discord took similar action to remove what it deemed to be white supremacist users and servers from its platform.

In particular, Discord said it removed a server used by, a white nationalist news site, and removed a number of individual accounts. The company did not disclose how many servers or users were removed but noted a mix of old accounts and new ones created over the weekend were part of the purge.

“When hatred like this violates our community standards we act swiftly to take servers down and ban individual users,” the company said in a statement. “The public server linked to that violated those terms was shut down along with several other public groups and accounts fostering bad actors on Discord. We will continue to be aggressive to ensure that Discord exists for the community we set out to support—gamers.”

A number of alt-right outlets have taken issue with the decision by tech companies to remove white supremacist content. Users on the Donald Trump-centric Reddit subreddit The_Donald worried that “the purge is coming” and feared “our Discord is next” if the bans continued.