GoDaddy stops service for Texas anti-abortion group’s whistleblower website

( Big Tech censorship and bias goes well beyond social media. Not only can conservatives easily be silenced on social media, but it turns out that web hosts are willing to boot websites they don’t like, too.

GoDaddy, one of the most popular web hosting providers in America, on Friday announced that it has suspended service for a website of an anti-abortion group. The website was designed to help people report violations of the new abortion law in Texas that bans abortions after six weeks.

The website,, was formed by the Texas Right To Life organization. It allowed users to anonymously provide tips about suspected abortions that may have occurred illegally, and all it took was some opposition from “pro-choice” activists to get the website taken down.

A spokesperson for GoDaddy told Reuters that they had informed the website’s owner that they have only 24 hours to find another provider, claiming that they had violated their terms of service.

GoDaddy has a section in its terms of service about…not making it easy for people to report instances of people breaking the law?

A spokesperson for Texas Right to Life said that their IT team was very quickly handling the task of transferring their digital assets to another provider, and that they aimed to have the site functioning again in the coming hours.

It appears as though those efforts were successful, too, as the website is back online and fully functional.

The news comes as a judge granted a temporary restraining order against Texas Right to Life, stopping the organization or its supporters from suing Planned Parenthood or abortion practitioners who continue to provide abortions after six weeks.