A general view of the Parler app displayed on an iPhone on January 9, 2021 in London, England. ( Photo by Hollie Adams/Getty Images )
Amazon and Apple announced they will suspend the free speech social media platform Parler from their App Store and web hosting service, stating that the platform has not taken adequate measures to stop the spread of posts that can incite violence.
The banning of the social networking service Parler follows the same move done by Alphabet Inc's Google.
Apple and Amazon bans Parler
Parler is favored numerous people who can't express their opinion on Twitter, a social media site that only allows 280 words and polices the contents on the site, according to ABC News.
Apple had given Parler 24 hours to submit a detailed moderation plan, this is following complaints that the platform is being used to plan and facilitate yet further illegal and dangerous activities.
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