Meet The Man Behind Epik, The Tech Firm Keeping Far-Right Websites Alive

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Epik CEO Rob Monster standing in the backyard of his home in Sammamish, Wash. Provided by Rob Monster

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When websites flooded with hate speech or harmful disinformation become too radioactive for the Internet, the sites often turn to one company for a lifeline.

That company is run by Rob Monster, a 53-year-old Dutch-American.

“If you wanted to cast a villain who was going to be the Lex Luther of the Internet, Rob Monster is about as good as it gets,” he joked during a recent interview at his lakeside home in the former

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