Apple and Amazon have suspended discussion to remove the Parler social network from their respective App Store and web hosting service, stating that the popular social networking service among many right-wing social media users has not taken adequate steps to prevent the spread of the plague inciting violence.
In a statement, the Cupertino-based company ‘Apple’ said that we have suspended Parler from the app store until they resolved these problems.
Meanwhile, the American alt-tech microblogging and social network service ‘Parler’ Chief Executive John Matze went after Amazon, Google and Apple, saying it was a coordinated endeavour knowing that Parler’s course of action would be minimal and that would do the most damage since Trump has been banned from other social media platforms. He also stated that Parler may be unavailable on the Internet for up to a week while we rebuild from the ground up.
However, the American multinational technology company ‘Amazon’ too has suspended Parker from its Amazon Web Services (AWS) unit for breaching the terms of AWS services by failing to effectively handle a steady increase in violent content.
The proclamation arrives one day after Apple gave the service 24 hours to submit a comprehensive moderation plan, pointing out some of the users of the service who assist coordinate the vault of the American capital earlier this week.
Moreover, Google has also suspended Parler saying that it must demonstrate ‘robust’ content moderation if it wants to return to the play store.
Lastly, Parler is favored by numerous supporters of US President Donald Trump, who was permanently suspended from Twitter on Friday, and it is considered a safe haven for those deported from Twitter.