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Parler CEO says requirements set for the app not utilized to…

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Parler CEO says standards set for the app not applied to others (AFP)

After Google and Apple dropped Parler app from Play Retailer and App Retailer respectively for allegedly instigating violence in US Capitol, Parler Chief Govt John Matze claimed that requirements not utilized to Twitter, Fb and even Apple themselves, apply to Parler.

Matze, who describes himself as a libertarian, based Parler in 2018 as a “free-speech driven” different to mainstream platforms however started courting right-leaning customers as distinguished supporters of Trump moved there.

“Apparently they believe Parler is responsible for ALL user-generated content on Parler,” Matze mentioned. “Therefore (sic) by the same logic, Apple must be responsible for ALL actions taken by their phones. Every car bomb, every illegal cell phone conversation, every illegal crime committed on an iPhone, Apple must also be responsible for,” he wrote.

Alphabet Inc.’s Google on Friday, eliminated Parler app from its Play Retailer because it alleges the social-media service was amongst these used to prepare the riots this week on the Capitol in Washington.

A Google assertion mentioned, “We’re conscious of continued posting within the Parler app that seeks to incite ongoing violence within the U.S.”

“We acknowledge that there may be affordable debate about content material insurance policies and that it may be troublesome for apps to instantly take away all violative content material, however for us to distribute an app by way of Google Play, we do require that apps implement strong moderation for egregious content material,” it additional added.

In the meantime, Apple, which earlier gave the app 24 hours to right its measures, on Saturday adopted Google and eliminated the Parler app from its cellular retailer for permitting “threats of violence”.

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