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Apple CEO Says Company Suspended Parler Because ‘Incitement to Violence’ Is Not Free Speech

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Apple CEO Says Company Suspended Parler Because ‘Incitement to Violence’ Is Not Free Speech

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Apple CEO Tim Cook said the removal of Parler from Apple’s online store was done because the company doesn’t consider incitement of violence free speech. “We looked at the incitement to violence that was on there and we don’t consider that free speech and incitement of violence has an intersection,” Cook told Fox News anchor Chris Wallace. Apple suspended Parler from its store on Jan. 9, asserting Parler didn’t take “adequate measures” to address alleged “threats of violence and illegal activity” by its users. The move followed Google’s suspension of Parler, and preceded Amazon Web Services (AWS) suspending Parler’s account, which led to the company going offline. Cook said Apple has suspended Parler. “And so, if they get their moderation together, they would be back on there,” he added. Parler CEO John Matze told The Epoch Times that his company’s terms of service were approved by Apple, Amazon, and Google. …

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