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Texas Right to Life was working with pro-life business leaders to transfer its whistleblower site to a new host Saturday, a day after GoDaddy shut it down amid alleged violations of its policy.
The web hosting giant cut service for the whistleblower site, not Texas Right to Life’s main domain, on Friday, alleging that it violated a policy on gathering information without the subject’s consent.
Texas Right to Life set up Prolifewhistleblower.com to help users report violations of Texas’ new heartbeat law, which took effect Wednesday and allows anyone to sue if an abortion is conducted after cardiac activity can be detected.