Interim Talking CEO Mark Meckler discusses bringing the social media app back online and says he would welcome former President Trump and President Biden to the platform.
Social media company Parler dropped its antitrust lawsuit and filed a separate lawsuit against Amazon and Amazon Web Services this week, alleging breach of contract and defamation.
The company, a curator alternative at Twitter who defended free speech, initially filed a lawsuit against Amazon after it was withdrawn from its platform following the January 6 riot on the U.S. Capitol. Parler decided to voluntarily dismiss this lawsuit, according to a file reported by The Verge.
At the end of January, a judge rejected Parler’s request to force Amazon to restore the business to its web hosting services.
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