Some of the nation’s largest technology and social media companies have tried to stop Alex Jones and his conspiracy theories.
But in a digital world, their attempts seem to have barely slowed him down.
After YouTube, Facebook and others this week removed content by Jones and his website, Infowars, the talk show host and Austin resident fired back, accusing the companies of censorship and urging his audience to fight back against what he called an “unprecedented attack.”
Meanwhile, Jones’ website and other online platforms have remained popular destinations.
Infowars continues to see more than 1 million page visits per day and has trended upward this month, according to Amazon’s Alexa website, which also said Infowars averages more than 25 million page views per month.
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