Siskind's post calling for GoDaddy to remove the site had been shared more than 7,500 times by Monday morning.
"We are canceling Daily Stormer's registration with Google Domains for violating our terms of service", a Google spokesman said.
The article was headlined: "Heather Heyer: woman killed in road rage incident was a fat, childless 32-year-old slut".
The Daily Stormer has become notorious as one of the central neo-Nazi websites on the internet.
A 32-year-old woman, Heather Heyer of Charlottesville, was killed when a purported Nazi sympathizer James Alex Fields Jr. allegedly slammed his auto into a crowd of people protesting the white nationalist rally.
A post on the Daily Stormer's site claims that it has been taken over by hacking collective Anonymous.
After spotting the article about Heyer, people on Twitter called on The Daily Stormer's domain's host GoDaddy to take it down.
An issue YourAnonNews has with the apparent hack is why the site's original content, and in particular the post against Heyer, remain online.
GoDaddy has taken action against a neo-Nazi website based in the USA over an offensive article about a woman killed when a vehicle ploughed into protestors in Charlottesville, Virginia where protests took place over the weekend.
However, some experts have cast doubt over whether the site has been hacked by an established member of Anonymous, with others claiming it was a stunt by the Daily Stormer itself.
Recodereports that The Daily Stormer applied for a Google Domain and on Monday a spokesperson said the application had been cancelled. It's unclear what sort of traffic the site receives but it attracts a fringe readership.
Daily Stormer has since registered its website on a Tor client, which is an anonymous web browsing service, also referred to as the dark web.
"Facebook does not allow hate speech or praise of terrorist acts or hate crimes, and we are actively removing any posts that glorify the horrendous act committed in Charlottesville", the company said in a statement to Reuters.
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