In the face of the rising tide of white supremacism, many are looking to and calling for Silicon Valley to use its power to stand against bigotry. But what responsibility do tech companies have in stopping the spread of hate movements on their platforms? The resurgence of white supremacy as an engaged, politically active social movement has been brewing in the background of our lives for the last few years. Recent events have sparked debate over free speech in the internet era: are companies providing public platforms responsible when people use them to promote hate or engage in targeted abuse? Legally the answer is no, but morally, the answer seems quite clear.