Admittedly without reading the article, but: it's completely unfair to accuse a company of supporting something when they have no direct knowledge and very little control to prevent someone like ISIS from using their services.
It's like if a member of ISIS has an Amazon.com account and buys a pocket knife off Amazon. Is Amazon now to be accused of selling weapons to terrorists, when they couldn't have had pre-knowledge of such a thing?
It's one thing if Cloudfare/Amazon investigates and says, "yes, we know it's ISIS, but we won't stop servicing them as a customer". I am quite sure that isn't the case.
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