This question assumes the answer. A website is speech. It is not a bomb. There is no imminent danger it creates and no provider has an affirmative obligation to monitor and make determinations about the theoretically harmful nature of speech a site may contain.
We're going to do a series of blog posts about some of the inner workings of CloudFlare. One of the questions we get often is what the names of our name servers mean. Here's the story.
CloudFlare operates at a significant scale, handling more than a trillion requests through our network every month.
The web is one of the greatest inventions of human history because it has made the world more transparent. Fundamentally, that's what the web does: it takes information that was inaccessible and opaque and makes it available and lucid.
Almost exactly a year ago, CloudFlare announced a feature called Mirage. Mirage was designed to make the loading of images faster in two primary ways.