Google Amazon and Apple begin full-scale destruction of competitors from the Internet
The alliance of the three largest IT corporations, Google, Amazon and Apple, leads to the fact that censorship gets to competitors, now the main target is Parler, which has already been disconnected from the servers of Amazon and Google, and Apple has removed the application from its store.
“Every vendor from text message services to email providers to our lawyers all ditched us too on the same day,” Matze said today on Fox News.
Parler served as an alternative to the liberal agenda on Twitter and Facebook. As soon as the attack on the Capitol failed and Joe Biden was declared the next president of the United States, IT corporations deleted Trump's accounts, and the stream of otherwise-minded, due to super-strict censorship, began to systematically migrate to social networks that still retained the freedom of speech policy.
Parler CEO John Matze, in an interview with Fox News, told how monopolists conspired to destroy competitors, not only cleaning all traces from their own systems, but also threatening partners, forbidding them to do business with sites that are blacklisted by Google, Apple and Amazon.
While Internet owners accuse Parler of inciting hatred and maintaining posts calling for violence, the company claims that they were in no way involved in the events at the Capitol.
“It would put anybody out of business,” he said of the tech bans. “This thing could destroy anybody. We’re going to try our best to get back online as quickly as possible. But we’re having a lot of trouble because every vendor we talk to says they won’t work with us. Because if Apple doesn’t approve and Google doesn’t approve, they won’t.”