France's Biggest anti-Semitic Website May Soon Be Forced Offline

Boris Le Lay’s Démocratie Participative has been online for two years, despite repeated efforts by the authorities to take it down. Now France has given internet providers 24-hours to take it down – or face heavy fines

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PARIS – French internet providers have until Thursday to block an openly racist and anti-Semitic website, or face a fine of 10,000 euros ($11,400) for every day they allow users to access it.