Social media site Parler recently announced how it is suing Amazon for ‘antitrust violations’ after the app’s sudden shutdown.
Parler’s CEO mentioned how it would move its domain name towards a right-wing web-hosting company, after pressing charges against tech giant Amazon. According to media reports, Amazon scrubbed the site from the world wide web in a shocking overnight affair.
Meanwhile, news regarding the social media’s site vanishing from both Apple and Google app stores recently made headlines too. And now, this news comes right by their side.
All the tech giants cut ties with Parler’s platform in light of the recent deadly mob attack upon the US Capitol.
The platform went offline all of a sudden on Monday after 3 am EST.This was right after Amazon removed it from its web hosting service, ultimately resulting in its shutdown. The effects would last until the organization found another hosting partner or funded its very own servers.
Recently, media reports confirmed how the site renamed its domain too. In such a short time span, it went from DreamHost to Epik. In the same way, Epik is the same web services providing organization that hosts the Trump-friendly Gab.com too, after it was snubbed by GoDaddy in the year 2018.
On Monday, further news reports revealed how all of Parler’s posts that were deleted had been recovered and archived. The hacker that carried out the job mentioned how the data received provided plenty of ‘incriminating evidence.’
Meanwhile, Parler’s CEO mentioned how it was pulling the strings to remove all forms of violent content from the application. He also declared how his efforts went above and beyond that of Facebook as well as Twitter, when it came to controlling content.
Right after that, the CEO described how it would take all the steps forward to sue Amazon while asking a Federal judge to command the leading tech organization to reinstate the app.