A judge of Us Thursday rejected Parler’s request that D. Adventuress ()AMZN) Restore web hosting services on social media platforms, cut off after the Capitol invasion on 6 January.
Judge Barbara Rothstein in Seattle said Parlor failed to demonstrate that he would dominate the merits of his claims or support the injunction, seeking to support the public interest service.
Parler was suspended by Amazon Web Services on 10 January.
The internet veteran said that Parlor violated his contract by ignoring repeated warnings to effectively deal with the development of violent content, including calls to assassinate prominent Democratic politicians, business officials and the media.
Parler said that Amazon has no contractual right to exclude it and did so out of “political enmity” to benefit Twitter, with a large Amazon customer stating that Peller did not censor violent content targeted at conservatives .
Many supporters of former US President Donald Trump use Peller, which he claims has more than 12 million users. The parlor did not immediately respond to a request for comment.