NUKED! Apple, Amazon, and Google, Purge Free Speech Website Parler
The technology tyrants followed Parler with all their might. Apple and Google have refused to offer the platform as a downloadable app, and Amazon has gone a step further by denying the fledgling platform access to their servers.
“Amazon banned Parler from its web hosting services on Saturday.” Buzzfeed reported on January 9th.
“The blocking of the Parler account by Amazon means that Parler will go offline as soon as the ban goes into effect on Sunday, unless it finds another host,” the article continued.
Two other big tech companies have taken similar steps. “Google has banned Parler from the Play Store, according to a statement by Politico reporter Cristiano Lima. The New York Times reporter Jack Nicas confirmed Google’s suspension of the app, ”reported The Verge on January 8th.
Buzzfeed added, “On Saturday afternoon, Apple banned Parler from its app store after the platform failed to implement a moderation plan to protect public safety.” Buzzfeed said it viewed a copy of an email sent by the Trust and Safety team at Amazon Web Services (AWS) to Amy Peikoff, Parler’s chief policy officer.
“Recently we’ve seen a steady increase in this violent content on your site, all of which is against our policy. It is clear that Parler does not have an effective process for complying with the AWS Terms of Service. “
This came after the group “Amazon Employees For Climate Justice” published a high-pitched demand that management do everything possible to remove Parler from the Internet.
Amazon is owned by the second richest man in the world, Jeff Bezos, who also owns the Washington Post: “Enough is enough. Amazon hosts Parler [Amazon Web Services], ”Amazon Climate Justice employees declared Jan. 9 before demanding:
“As Amazon employees, we demand that Amazon deny Parler services until violent areas are removed, including when the president is inaugurated.
“We cannot participate in more bloodshed and violent attacks on our democracy.”
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