Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-01-13 14:22:04 –
Seattle (AP) — Seattle-based Amazon.com, Inc. Has asked federal judges to deny requests to reinstate their cloud service accounts on the conservative social media network Parler. Parler claims to have shrugged back and forth with police violence content on the site. Riot in the US Capitol.
According to the Seattle Times, Amazon lawyers filed a lawsuit against Amazon on Monday alleging contract and antitrust violations after Parlor’s account was suspended and effectively removed from the Internet. I filed a complaint on Tuesday.
The proceedings allege that Amazon colluded with Twitter to “kill Parlor’s business-just soar.”
Amazon lawyers Ambika Doran and Alonzo Wickers have no benefit to Parlor’s allegations, and the proceedings focus on Parlor’s “proven reluctance” to remove content that threatens public safety. Said that.
Amazon argued that the lack of moderation of content led to a “steady increase” in violent content and violated our Terms of Service.
Amazon said Parlor signed a deal with the company in 2018 and agreed not to host harmful content. Amazon has also notified the parlor that it reserves the right to suspend your account immediately if it violates Amazon’s Terms of Service.
Amazon claimed a conspiracy theory advertised by President Donald Trump, the elections were fraudulent, the consequences that needed to be overturned spread to the parlor, and contributed to the siege of the Capitol, which killed five people. Social media companies such as Facebook and Twitter have suspended thousands of accounts linked to the January 6th event.
Parler’s leading lawyer, David Groesbeck, does not respond to requests for comment and his website is redirected to the “Under construction” page.
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