Amazon had said Parler’s antitrust claims were baseless. In its initial response to Parler’s trial, Amazon noted that it had spent months Talk warning about the violent messages on its app. “This case concerns Parler’s demonstrated reluctance and inability to remove Amazon Web Services content that threatens public safety from servers, for example by inciting and planning the rape, torture and murder of public officials. and private citizens, ”Amazon wrote in court documents.
On Thursday, the Seattle judge said it would not be in the “public interest” to force AWS “to host the type of abusive and violent content at issue in this case, especially in light of the recent riots on Capitol Hill. American”.
It’s another blow to Speak, which grew up in popularity after Facebook and Twitter began cracking down on election misinformation following Joe Biden’s victory over Donald Trump. Since the deadly riot in Washington DC. Apple and Google at the same time suspended the application of their stores. Parler CEO John Matze said many other tech companies, including Soft, Twilio, and Zendesk have also stopped working with the company. Matze has promised to bring the site back online, but so far only a very limited version remains accessible and the basic service is still unavailable.