Ahead of the rally, the housing booking service Airbnb barred rentals to people it believed were traveling to participate.
"We've seen the terror of white supremacy & racist violence before", tweeted CEO Tim Cook "It's a moral issue - an affront to America".
In April, a Montana woman sued Anglin after her family became the target of another Daily Stormer trolling campaign. The iPhone maker also will match employee donations to those two groups and other human rights organisations on a two-for-one basis.
This prompted widespread outrage on Twitter, and led GoDaddy to investigate and, ultimately, ban The Daily Stormer for violating its terms of service. "What I do hope is [this incident] will allow us all to discuss what the framework for all [internet] organizations.should be when it comes to content restrictions".
EFF asks for companies who manage website addresses, including GoDaddy and Google, to "draw a hard line", adding: "They should not suspend or impair domain names based on the expressive content of websites or services".
Internet security firm Cloudflare on Wednesday terminated its account with The Daily Stormer, a neo-Nazi website that has been relegated to the dark web in recent days after GoDaddy and Google both refused to host the site. Dropped by its United States domain registrar, the Daily Stormer also tried to relaunch its website under a Russian domain name, but this too was soon suspended.
While noting that CloudFare had the right to terminate services at its sole discretion, Prince made it clear that this was a one-time arbitrary decision.More news: Ramsey Abbey College 'extremely proud' of students
EFF's vocal criticism stands in sharp contrast to Silicon Valley's growing antagonism to white supremacists, highlighting the contradictory, dueling approaches to combating extremist speech following the disturbing events in Charlottesville. Apple CEO Tim Cook has also criticized President Trump for failing to strongly condemn the hate groups.
The Daily Stormer is another step closer to being a white supremacist website without a home after getting the boot Thursday from Russian regulators.
"Those on the left face calls to characterize the Black Lives matter movement as a hate group".
Amex said most of the websites it was alerted to by activists already do not accept its credit cards.
neo-Nazi site that disparaged a woman who died during protests in Charlottesville has faced another wave of rejection by web companies.