Parler shut down by Amazon after being banned by Apple, Google

Parler shut down by Amazon after being banned by Apple, Google

"We're going to try our best to get back online as quickly as possible, but we're having a lot of trouble because every vendor we talk to says they won't work with us because if Apple doesn't approve and Google doesn't approve, they won't", he added.

Inc. urged a judge not to order the company to restore web-hosting service to Parler LLC, the conservative social media platform.

Google banned Parler's smartphone app from its app store on Friday, also citing Parler's allowance of posts that seek to incite violence in the United States. The app has largely attracted USA conservatives who disagree with rules around content on social media sites like Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc.

The existential problems for Parler come as federal law enforcement continues to make arrests related to the violent January 6 intrusion of the U.S. Capitol by pro-Trump rioters. ("AWS") and the popular social media platform Twitter signed a multi-year deal so that AWS could support the daily delivery of millions of tweets.

In November, conservative activist Rebekah Mercer confirmed that she and her family, including her father and hedge-fund investor Robert Mercer, have provided funding to the company.Conservative commentator Dan Bongino also said in June he was taking an ownership stake in the company, which is based near Las Vegas in Nevada.

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Meanwhile, a group of digital "hactivists" salvaged much of what happened on Parler before it went offline and said they plan to put it into a public archive. As a result of Amazon's complaints about violent content on the site, Parler has been "unable to find an alternative web-hosting company", the company wrote in its complaint.

Amazon, Apple and Google each ruled that Parler, by failing to properly moderate user-generated content on its platform, violated its terms of service and terminated their respective relationships.

Parler is now suing Amazon, accusing the company of an illegal, politically motivated decision to shut it down. Reached by phone, McBride said that he was unaffiliated with Groesbeck's law firm and that Groesbeck no longer rents the home listed on the lawsuit. The guidelines advise users to "not purposefully share rumors about other users/people you know are false", but do not mention other policies against misinformation.

"I think it's sick", Matze told Fox News.

Trump is not known to have a Parler profile.

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