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During the 2008 primary campaigns, The New York Times mistakenly reported that Stormfront had donated 0 to Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul; in fact, it was site owner Don Black who had contributed the money to Paul.
Liberty Net's success as a computer platform led to Stormfront's establishment and later conversion into a website.
Until this point, attempts at using the Internet as opposed to bulletin boards for the white pride movement were met with limited success, In 2002, Google complied with French and German legislation forbidding links to websites which host white supremacist, Holocaust-denying or historical revisionist material by removing from their French and German indexes.
The Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law claimed credit for the action after advocating for Stormfront's web host, Network Solutions, to enforce its Terms of Service agreement which prohibits users from using its services to incite violence.
Stormfront began in 1990 as an online bulletin board for white nationalist David Duke's campaign for United States senator for Louisiana.