Law360 (January 13, 2021, 6:05 PM EST) -- Amazon has told a Seattle federal judge that its decision to suspend Parler's web hosting account had nothing to do with stifling free speech or a conspiracy to help Twitter, and everything to do with the startup social media platform's refusal to remove harmful content.
Amazon Web Services Inc. filed a response late Tuesday to Parler's motion for a temporary restraining order that would block Amazon's suspension of the platform's account and allow it to continue operating.
The response argued that Parler's suit accusing Amazon of bias for shutting down its account after the U.S. Capitol riot last week, is really...
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