US refuses to punish company for shutting down social network of Trump supporters

Popular with Trump supporters, Parler recently sued Amazon, a company that

blocked the hosting service. Because of this, the social network was unavailable for a long time. Recently it turned out that a US judge refused to satisfy Parler's claim.

Amazon, in fact, shut down the social network due to the fact thaton the site, it was alleged, found "incitement to violence." Parler accused Amazon of acting out of political animosity and violating contract and antitrust laws. Also, the social network called the actions of the hosting owner a "fatal blow."

As federal judge Barbara Rothstein said, Parler is unlikely to be able to prove Amazon's guilt.

As a reminder, Parler was also removed from the App Store and Google Play Store.