As I suppose everyone knows by now, we were offline for a few days. Sucuri, our web security company, said we violated their “terms of service”—the usual boilerplate when a company is de-platforming you for political reasons. No explanation needed. Obviously this is just one small aspect of the general push for censorship by the big internet companies, aided and abetted by organizations like the ADL.
It took quite a bit of work by the web person to extricate TOO from Sucuri’s servers and the general entanglement that results when you contract with such a company. (She did a great job!)
We have a new security company we are trying out; we’ll see how our new service works out. Hackers and other malefactors are always lurking, and a whole lot of people are motivated to get TOO off the net for good. Let’s hope this doesn’t happen again.