Parler Sues Amazon Over Ban from AWS Servers, Says They’re Colluding with Twitter, Leaked Emails to Buzzfeed | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Parler Sues Amazon Over Ban from AWS Servers, Says They’re Colluding with Twitter, Leaked Emails to Buzzfeed

Parler is suing Amazon over it’s recent removal from their web servers, which forced the site offline early Monday morning.

Parler, one of the alternate microblogging platforms that sprung up in opposition to censorship by Twitter, had its contract terminated by Amazon Web Services (AWS) for allegedly allowing violent posts relating to the storming of the Capitol by supporters of President Trump. The servers for Parler went offline shortly after midnight Pacific Time on Monday, pulling the whole site down.

As a result of the action by AWS, Parler is suing AWS for “breaching its contract with Parler, which requires AWS to provide Parler with a thirty-day notice before terminating service, rather than the less than thirty-hour notice AWS actually provided.”

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