Tech Firms Drop Neo-Nazi Site

Aug 18, 2017, 02:52 PM

GoDaddy, Google and Cloudflare stop providing internet services to the Daily Stormer after it disparaged a woman killed during protests in Charlottesville. Plus, Mark Robinson of Kolos tells us why he thinks Norway might be the perfect place to build the "world's largest" data centre. And we visit Manchester in North-West England to find out how the city plans to use data to make its public transport more responsive to passenger demand. Presented by Rory Cellan-Jones, with BBC tech reporter Chris Baraniuk, and special guest Jeni Tennison, chief executive of the Open Data Institute.

(Image: A man holds up a sign reading "Stop Fascism" during a protest against racism in front of the White House earlier this week. Credit: Mark Wilson/ Getty Images).