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Well before the deadly attack in Charlottesville, Virginia, GoFundMe banned hate groups and causes from its platforms. In its terms of service, the company says its services cannot be used to promote “hate, violence, harassment, discrimination, terrorism, or intolerance of any kind.”

But alt-right groups appear to be skirting moderators, and campaigns set up before the Charlottesville protests may show just how easy it is to evade those rules. This month, a left-leaning alternative media group called Unicorn Riot began publishing leaked screenshots from Discord, a chat service popular with the alt-right. The chats, which also revealed discussions about violence, were from a server…

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