After Google cut-off a Gmail account created by PVV leader Geert Wilders for his Anti-Islam bumper sticker project, the politician registered a domain with Danish webhost One.com and used it to create a new email address for distributing the stickers. The hosting company says they do not have plans to follow Google's lead and shut down the account for offensive content, a company executive said.
"I have been looking into it this morning, and I know it is a project causing a lot of debate in the Netherlands," said Thomas Darré Medard Frederiksen, Chief Operating Officer of One.com. "I will keep an eye on it."
Wilders previously announced that he was using a Gmail address to give away bumper stickers that look like the flag of Saudi Arabia, with words in Arabic that read, "Islam is a lie. Mohammed is a crook. The Quran is poison."