IBL News | new York
Alternative social platform Parler.com filed a lawsuit against AWS-Amazon yesterday “For the violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act in combination with the accused Twitter “.
The legal move followed AWS-Amazon’s decision to suspend Parler from its cloud hosting service and leave the social media startup in the dark Monday, 4.30 a.m. and Monday.
In the filing, Parler claimed so “The AWS decision is apparently motivated by political animations.”
And in addition, “AWS also violates this[s] Agreement with Parler that AWS must give Parler 30 days’ notice prior to termination of the service, rather than the less than 30 hours actually provided by AWS. “
“Last month, the defendants Amazon Web Services, Inc. (” AWS “) and the popular social media platform Twitter signed a multi-year contract to allow AWS to support the delivery of millions of tweets every day. AWS currently offers the same service for Parler, a conservative microblogging …