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1.What Happened to Parler? Following Google and Apple Bans, Amazon Severs Ties.

On Jan. 8, Apple sent a letter to Parler’s executives informing them about complaints that the app had been used to plan the storming of the U.S. Capitol Building by violent Trump supporters two days prior. “We want to be clear that Parler is in fact responsible for all the user generated content present on your service and for ensuring that this content meets App Store requirements for the …

2.What Happened to Parler? Following Google and Apple Bans, Amazon Severs Ties.

The far right-friendly Parler had been the leading candidate, at least until Google and Apple removed it from their app stores and Amazon decided to boot it off its web hosting service by midnight …

3.What Happened to Parler? Following Google and Apple Bans, Amazon Severs Ties.

Rep. Nunes calls for racketeering investigation into Big Tech following Parler ban January 10, 2021, 9:17 AM Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., says Amazon, Apple and Google’s suspension of Parler is ‘clearly a violation’ of antitrust, civil rights and the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act.

4.What Happened to Parler? Following Google and Apple Bans, Amazon Severs Ties.

Parler, the social media site which has become a haven for many on the far right, may not survive now that Amazon, Apple, and Google have all suspended ties with the company, citing its failure to …

5.What Happened to Parler? Following Google and Apple Bans, Amazon Severs Ties.

Parler CEO John Matze Fox News. After Google announced it was banning Parler, a social media network, from its app store for inciting violence, CEO John Matze said the ban was “a horrible way to …

6.What Happened to Parler? Following Google and Apple Bans, Amazon Severs Ties.

Parler CEO Mark Matze decried Big Tech’s efforts to shut down the far-right app as an ‘assault on everybody’ after Amazon joined Google and Apple in suspending the platform from their servers.

7.What Happened to Parler? Following Google and Apple Bans, Amazon Severs Ties.

Amazon Web Services, which provides backend cloud services, has informed Parler that it intends to cut ties with the company in the next 24 hours, according to a report in BuzzFeed News.

8.What Happened to Parler? Following Google and Apple Bans, Amazon Severs Ties.

SOCIAL MEDIA Parler CEO ‘Prepared to Take Full Legal Action’ After Big Tech Companies Target Platform From The Epoch Times BY JANITA KAN January 10, 2021 Parler founder and CEO John Matze said his …

9.What Happened to Parler? Following Google and Apple Bans, Amazon Severs Ties.

After Parler’s ban, a social app called Parlor, which connects users following similar topics, got at least as high as #2 in the Play Store and iOS App Store Annie Palmer / CNBC : After Amazon staff called on the company to stop providing services to Parler, Amazon told Parler it would no longer provide it with cloud services

10.What Happened to Parler? Following Google and Apple Bans, Amazon Severs Ties.

Amazon jumped on the bandwagon behind Google Play and Apple store and Twitch and Facebook for internet SJW points and to not be left behind in the “I don’t like what they say” Olympics. I don’t particularly agree with the messages of Parler or lean right at all, I am a staunch libertarian and believe that any and all opinions should be heard.

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1.What Happened to Parler? Following Google and Apple Bans, Amazon Severs Ties

What happened to Parler? Apple, Google, and Amazon have all removed the media platform from their app stores because it was used to incite violence.

Published Date: 2021-01-10T15:02:00.0000000Z

2.Donald Trump: From Twitter to Snapchat – the social media networks and websites to ban or limit the President

While Twitter is the first major social network to permanently ban Donald Trump, Facebook, Instagram, Apple, Google and Amazon are among those to have taken temporary restrictive measures

Published Date: 2021-01-11T09:55:00.0000000Z

1.Donald Trump on social media

accustomed to. Within four days after the January 6, 2021 storming of the Capitol, Google and Apple stopped distributing the Parler app and Amazon stopped…

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