Parler may go offline after Amazon, Apple and Google reject social network

Parler could go down from Sunday night after Amazon reportedly said it would stop hosting the network in the wake of the US Capitol attack

Parler faces an uncertain future after Amazon reportedly said it would no long host the social network, and Apple suspended it from its App Store over its role in last week’s attack on the US Capitol by a pro-Trump mob.

The social network increasingly favoured by conservatives and extremists had violated its terms of service and would no longer be hosted from midnight Sunday, reported Buzzfeed, citing a letter sent by Amazon Web Services (AWS).

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