IT has promised to cut its ties with the UK’s “toxic” online community by not providing any support to its members.

In a blog post published on Tuesday, IT firm Infoblox said it would cease providing support for the community, which has become increasingly popular among the UK tech community.

“We will no longer provide support for UK’s toxic community,” the blog post read.

“This decision is made in light of the current environment in the UK and our continued efforts to support UK’s tech community, both in the short term and in the long term.”

UK’s online community has become popular as a way to connect with people across the world.

It has also attracted a huge number of internet companies, including Amazon, Facebook and Google, to its online space.

Infoblax’s decision follows a similar one made by UK’s biggest internet provider, BT, in the US, where it has shut down services to the “toxicity” community.

UK’s new Conservative government has been under pressure from tech companies to make the UK a more “safe” place for the tech community to live.

“I’ve been talking to the government for a number of months about the issues surrounding online safety and we’ve been very clear that this is an issue that needs to be addressed, not just with a few internet companies but the wider community,” said Stephen O’Neill, general secretary of the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO).

“It’s clear that the UK needs to work together to make sure our communities are safe.”

In response to the UK government’s decision, UK Tech UK, a non-profit organisation which promotes the development of tech and internet jobs, said it was “saddened” by Infoblux’s decision.

“There’s a lot of good work going on here, from supporting people to supporting the tech industry,” said Matt Birtman, executive director of UK Tech.

“It does seem like a huge misstep by Infobox.

We will continue to work closely with the Government and the authorities on this matter, so that this community can be better protected.”

Infoblix, a US-based tech company, was founded in 2008 by the founders of the online social network Twitter.

In January, it became the first tech company to formally request a ban on the “hateful” communities on its platform.

The company said it has been working with government officials and regulators on this issue.

“If a tech company wants to provide support to the communities that are creating the toxicity, it must take responsibility for it,” said Birtmann.

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