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The chief executives Parler and Twitter were at odds with each other on Saturday, as each posted on their own network about Apple’s ban of Parler.
After Apple banned Parler for failing to remove content promoting violence, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey posted a picture of the Top Charts on the App Store. Before the ban, Parler had been the most downloaded app. By Saturday night, it was gone.
Dorsey added a heart emoji.
— jack (@jack) January 10, 2021
On Parler, CEO John Matze responded by posting a screenshot of Dorsey’s tweet and adding his own comment.
“Yeah, we were number one until the fake news rage mob at Twitter and your anti-competitive friends went after us,” Matze wrote. He added: “That’s real cute.”
Parler, which has become home to a growing number of conservative and alt-right voices, was banned from the app stores run by both Apple and Google. Both companies said the app didn’t do enough to moderate incendiary talk. “No change without bloodshed!” a Parler user wrote as the mob of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol on Wednesday.
Google banned it late Friday, with Matze saying it was a “horrible way to …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Technology