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Amazon cites death threats in push to keep Parler offline | TheHill – The Hill

Amazon is urging a judge to keep the social media platform Parler…

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Amazon is urging a judge to keep the social media platform Parler offline, citing a series of death threats against top tech executives and elected officials posted to the site ahead of last week’s deadly Capitol riot, according to a court filing from Tuesday. 
Parler sued Amazon on Monday, alleging Amazon Web Services (AWS) violated antitrust law and breached the companies contractual arrangement when the tech giant removed the platform that is popular with conservatives because of its hands-off…

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