Parler argues that it has been closed for “content similar to what is on Twitter”.
In the final round of an ongoing feud between conservatives and the biggest tech companies, Parler claims Amazon Web Services partnered with Twitter to stifle potential competitors. For this reason, the web giant has decided to end the cloud service of the right-wing social media platform.
The move came after a mob stormed and ravaged the Capitol on Jan. 6, threatening government officials including members of Congress and Vice President Mike Pence. It has been widely reported that people involved in the incident were using Parler along with other message boards and social media sites to coordinate their efforts. Twitter responded to the events by removing numerous accounts that advanced QAnon’s conspiracy theories, including former National Security Advisor to President Donald Trump, Michael Flynn.
In a letter from the AWS Trust & Safety Team to Parler that was received …