- The Washington Times - Friday, September 29, 2017

The Daily Stormer’s days on an Icelandic web address appear to be numbered after the infamous neo-Nazi website disappeared Friday from its latest domain amid a row between its publisher and registrar.

The notorious white supremacist site could no longer be reached Friday afternoon at its most recent web address, dailystormer.is, hours after the Reykjavík Grapevine reported that ISNIC, the registry company that oversees dot-is domains, intended to give it the boot.

Jens Pétur Jensen, the firm’s CEO, told The Grapevine that ISNIC planned to punt The Stormer unless its publisher, Andrew Anglin, provided the registrar with proof of identity and his address.

“Our terms of service are very clear,” Mr. Jensen said. “All registrants must provide proof of who they are, and where they are physically located. [Mr. Anglin] doesn’t want to do that.”

The website’s publisher didn’t want to provide information because he correctly assumed it would given to law enforcement, Mr. Jensen said, according to told the newspaper.

Mr. Anglin, 32, did not immediately return emails seeking Friday concerning his website, but said on social media that he was “trying to get this fixed.”