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Conservative social media website, Parler, has filed a new lawsuit against Amazon alleging that Amazon removed Parler from its hosting platform because they saw them as a threat and wanted to destroy the competition.
The move comes after Parler withdrew their previous federal antitrust suit against Amazon Tuesday.
Parler brought the suit two months ago alleging that Amazon had violated Section One of the Sherman Antitrust Act by conspiring with Twitter to remove the website and damage Parler’s growth.
Parler claims that Amazon was aware of Parler’s business model and had no issues with the posts hosted on the website.
In fact, Parler claims the information hosted on their site is violent/inappropriate than information found on Twitter, Facebook and Amazon.
Parler alleges that the only reason Amazon pulled the plug on their website was because of a deal they had signed with Twitter two months prior.