This past week Amazon Web Services (AWS) shut down Twitter competitor, Parler, because AWS didn’t like Parler’s policy of providing for free speech. Meanwhile AWS is again petitioning to run the Pentagon’s Defense System.
We reported in July that Amazon banned censorship documentary “Killing Free Speech”:
Then we saw last week that Amazon Web Services (AWS) kicked Parler off its web servers, shutting the platform down:
This same company, AWS, is again petitioning the courts to be awarded the highly contested JEDI contract:
Amazon Web Services is taking another run at getting the court to set aside the Pentagon’s 10-year, $10 billion Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud contract award to Microsoft.
According to an updated lawsuit filed in the Court