The small church responsible for the “Burn a Koran Day” protest, which has not yet burned any Qurans, has had it’s website pulled by one of the nations largest webhosting providers, Rackspace.
"We have terminated them as a customer of Rackspace on Wednesday," he said.
Goodgame said officials from the web hosting firm had spoken with Jones on Wednesday afternoon and informed him that he had until midnight to migrate to another site after complaints about "hate speech."
"It was a fairly short conversation in which we reminded him of the accepted use policy," Goodgame said. "He (Jones) said he intended to still post his anti-Islamic messages."
We’ve heard of losing your site over piracy or pornography, but political correctness is a new one. We can’t help but wonder if sites hosting the works of Danish cartoonists or linking to Slate’s Christopher Hicthens might also find themselves on the wrong side of what Rackspace deems as acceptable speech…