Google, Apple And Amazon Ban Parler App For Violating Terms
Major tech giants suspend Parler app from their services as it did not restrict content that was in support of the US capitol riots. Have a look at what they had to say about the application.
Major tech giants and operators like Google, Apple, and Amazon recently suspended Parler social networking application from their services. The major step was taken as a reaction to the American riots after the US capitol was attacked by a Trump-supporting mob as they wanted Donald Trump to swear in as the next president, even though he was defeated by Joe Biden. The Parler App is considered a safe place for everyone who has been banned on Twitter previously. This application was called out for promoting violent content as most Trump fans communicate using this medium. After removing the app from its web hosting services, Amazon also issued an official statement where they made it clear that the application had been violating their terms of service.
Here is a look at the ZEE5 video with all details related to Parler application’s ban from social media:
Various operators including Google and Apple recently suspended the Parler app from their platforms due to its unmoderated content. Tech giant Amazon is also amongst the technological group that removed the application from their web services after the violent and dangerous riots at the US capitol last week. Parler app is the place a safe place where trump-supporters openly communicated since there has been no restriction on its content. Some of the people who have been banned from Twitter would also move to Parler to express their thoughts on various events and issues.
Amazon also issued an official letter to Parler, after they banned the application for allowing threats of violence, messages of support for the rioters, and calls for new demonstrations emerged on the platform violating various service policies. The letter stated that there has been a steady increase in the violent content on the website and all of these actions violate Amazon’s terms of services, which cannot be taken lightly in any way. They also called out the social networking platform for not taking action against such content and users. The platform also accused Parler app of not taking adequate measures to stop the spread of messages that incite violence amongst the people.
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