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World Parler Video Accused of Inciting Inauguration Violence Widely Shared Before Site Takedown

13:25  11 january  2021
13:25  11 january  2021 Source:   newsweek.com

Parler claims it was also dropped by Slack after Amazon and other tech giants cut ties with the controversial social media company

  Parler claims it was also dropped by Slack after Amazon and other tech giants cut ties with the controversial social media company Parler CEO John Matze claimed in a court filing Wednesday that Slack had "cancelled their services" to his company. Matze claimed, in a lawsuit against Amazon's AWS over its decision to cut ties with Parler, that Slack had cited "a violation of their own terms of service based on AWS's decision to drop Parler.""Slack Technologies, which provided a chat messaging system for coordinating with the Parler Jury that enforces our terms of service, abruptly cancelled their services to Parler," Matze claimed in a court filing Wednesday.

Before Amazon made the decision to cut Parler , calls were made for the site to also remove the app from "As Amazon workers, we demand Amazon deny Parler services until it removes posts inciting violence Such groups have accused Twitter and Facebook of being too swift to censor their views.

On Parler , the app's chief executive John Matze said: "We won't cave to politically motivated companies and those authoritarians who hate free speech!" Such groups have frequently accused Twitter and Facebook of unfairly censoring their views. While Mr Trump himself is not a user, the platform already

Moments before Parler was due to be taken offline, a QAnon propaganda video calling for a "great reawakening" in the U.S. ahead of the January 20 inauguration period was being shared on the self-styled "free speech" social media platform.

a group of people standing in front of a crowd: Supporters of US President Donald Trump walk around in the Rotunda after breaching the US Capitol in Washington, DC, January 6, 2021. A QAnon propaganda video calling for a © SAUL LOEB / AFP/Getty Supporters of US President Donald Trump walk around in the Rotunda after breaching the US Capitol in Washington, DC, January 6, 2021. A QAnon propaganda video calling for a "great reawakening" in the U.S. ahead of the January 20 inauguration period was being widely shared on Parler before the site was taken down.

The three-minute video was made up of old Donald Trump speeches with lines such as "the time for empty talk is over, now arrives the hour of action." It was accused by many on social media of inciting further violence following the extremist attack on the Capitol on January 6.

Parler moves to Epik, a domain registrar known for hosting far-right extremist content

  Parler moves to Epik, a domain registrar known for hosting far-right extremist content Parler registered its domain with Epik, a company known for hosting other far-right websites including Gab. Epik said in a statement released Monday that though Parler registered its domain with the company, the companies had not been in contact. Parler has denied allegations that it has become a haven for the far-right, but threats related to the Capitol insurrection thrived on the platform. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

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In the weeks before the riot at the US Capitol, the warning signs were clear: online posts from hate groups and right-wing groups agitating for civil war and attacks on law enforcement. Experts are warning that the calls for violence have only intensified ahead of Inauguration Day

The clip was first uploaded online by filmmaker Matthew Scarboro on January 1. However, it started to be reshared on Parler, the "free speech" social media prominently used by conservatives and the far-right, before the site was taken down.

The clip flashes up a number of phrases linked to QAnon, the conspiracy movement listed as a domestic terrorist threat by the FBI whose followers went on to storm the Capitol.

Part of an old speech in which Trump assures "there should be no fear, we are protected" is also heard. While Trump has been accused of inciting the violence with his rhetoric and frequent calls of election fraud, the line featured in the clip is not related to plans to attack the Capitol.

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Trust and Safety said it will stop hosting Parler at Sunday, January 10 at 11:59 p.m. PST, after the site was used to plot the attack on Congress last week. Google and Apple have also pulled the app from their stores.

Google Pulls Parler From Play Store for Enabling Calls to Violence

  Google Pulls Parler From Play Store for Enabling Calls to Violence Google booted the MAGA-friendly Twitter clone, Parler, from the Google Play store Friday as tech companies crack down on pro-Trump social media accounts pushing conspiracy theories and threatening violence. In a statement, Google said that it removed Parler from the Play Store because the company’s “longstanding policies require that apps displaying user-generated content have moderation policies and enforcement that removes egregious content like posts that incite violence.

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Parler's CEO John Matze Parler will go offline for up to a week so it could "rebuild from scratch."

Prior to being taken down, the QAnon propaganda video entitled "America Reborn" was viewed more than 60,000 times on Parler.

Responding to the clip going semi-viral online, Scarboro posted on Parler: "I'm being labeled as a domestic terrorist via Twitter for my pro-Trump videos that I made for all of you patriots.

"Facebook just banned my channels and accounts, I'm getting death threats on all platforms, even ones where I haven't posted any Trump content. I will not be bullied, I will now bow, I will not submit, I will not retreat, I will not apologize, and I will NOT SURRENDER!

"To those that have said you have sent my content to the FBI for advocating an overthrow, great! The more views the better."

There have been fears that the far-right and QAnon supporters are planning a repeat of the violence seen in Washington D.C last week.

Parler is now offline after Amazon cut it off, and its CEO said it could be down for up to a week

  Parler is now offline after Amazon cut it off, and its CEO said it could be down for up to a week Social media app Parler is now offline. Amazon booted the app off its web-hosting servers after it said Parler failed to moderate threats of violence. Parler CEO John Matze said the site could be down for up to a week. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Parler, the social media app popular with supporters of President Donald Trump, is now offline after Amazon booted the platform off its web-hosting service.

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The Department of Defense is aware that violence could break out again in Washington, DC, ahead of Inauguration Day, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy reportedly told Rep Jason Crow on Sunday. According to the readout of their conversation, “Secretary McCarthy indicated that DOD is aware of

Despite apparently being removed from Facebook and now Parler, Scarboro's video is still on YouTube.

Scarboro and YouTube have been contacted for comment.

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Big Tech wants to 'stifle free speech' and muzzle competition: Parler CEO .
The CEO of Parler, the pro-free speech app favoured by conservatives, says his company will have to go offline for a period of time after it was booted off all the major internet hosting platforms. Parler CEO John Matz told Fox News the major tech giants are targeting the company in a bid to “stifle free speech.”Parler faces an uncertain future after Apple, Amazon and Google all banned the application from its social media platforms.The tech companies say they banned Parler because the company is not taking a stand against violent speech.

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