Cloudflare’s IPO filing warns investors of a disturbing ‘risk factor’: white supremacists
|08/16/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Cloudflare filed to go public on Thursday, and it listed its controversial former clients in the risk factors section of its filing.
- Cloudflare, a web protection service, once served a neo-Nazi website and 8chan, an online forum connected to three deadly mass shootings.
- Though Cloudflare ultimately terminated its client relationships with both sites, the company said that its past association with the customers, and its subsequent responses, have the potential to pose adverse business consequences.
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