Amazon Web Services filed its response to Parler’s lawsuit on Tuesday, accusing the right-wing favorite social media platform of filing an “unfounded lawsuit” against the cloud computing giant, citing liability protection that Often defamed by President Donald Trump: Section 230 of the Communications Act of 1934.
The AWS legal statement argues that Parler, not Amazon, violated the terms of the contract and that the removal of Parler from the AWS hosting platform was a “last resort”.
“This case concerns Parler’s proven unwillingness and inability to remove content from Amazon Web Services (‘AWS’) from servers that endanger public safety,” wrote Amazon, “for example by inciting and planning rape, torture and Murder of named officials and private individuals. “
The answer highlights more than a dozen examples that Amazon Parler reported, including calls for civil war and the death of democratic …