Newt’s World – Episode 189: Social Media Censorship – What’s Next for Parler?

The social media app, Parler, has faced a Silicon Valley shutdown.  The Parler app was founded as a “nonpartisan public square” for free speech and public opinion without censorship.  So why are they being taken down by big tech and will they be back online soon?  Newt’s guest is Amy Peikoff, Chief Policy Officer of Parler.

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Guest: Amy Peikoff

Section 230, the Third-Party Doctrine, and the Looming Dark Age – Amy Peikoff

Don’t Let It Go Unheard – Amy Peikoff


Why You Can’t Just Build Your Own Twitter – Zero Hedge

Parler Jumps to No. 1 on App Store after Facebook and Twitter Ban Trump – TechCrunch

Parler CEO ‘Confident’ Platform Will Return by End of January – The Epoch Times

Parler CEO John Matze, Family Forced into Hiding Over Death Threats, Security Breaches – Fox News

Parler Ban

Parler CEO John Matze Says Calls to Silence His App are ‘Evil’ – New York Post

Google pulls Parler from App Shop for ‘Egregious Content’ – Techxplore

Amazon Hits Back at Parler Lawsuit, Claims ‘Unwillingness and Inability’ to Remove Violent Content – Fox Business

Amazon, Apple and Google Cut Off Parler, an App That Drew Trump Supporters – New York Times

Parler Sues Amazon, Asks Court to Reinstate Platform – The Hill

Parler vs. Amazon Web Service Inc.

Parler FBI Investigation

House Oversight Chairwoman Seeks FBI Probe of Parler Over Jan. 6 Capitol Breach – The Epoch Times

House Oversight Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney Letter to FBI on Parler (January 21, 2021)