The fastest growing social media network, Parler, has been under attack by monopolies that should never have been allowed to gain this much control in their spaces. The good news is—their CEO is fighting back!
Google, a company that allegedly created a “blacklist” of mostly conservatives (our website made the list), warned Parler to create a censorship policy for its users, or they would pull their app from the Google Play store. Shortly after Google’s warning, Apple followed suit, threatening to remove the Parler app from their app store if they didn’t implement a censorship policy within 24 hours. Parler CEO John Matze refused to bow down to the big tech oligarchs. Almost immediately after Apple’s announcement, Amazon, the world’s biggest online seller, whose business has thrived during the government-mandated lockdowns, threatened to remove Parler’s website from their servers unless they agreed to create a censorship policy.