Apple CEO Tim Cook has defended Parler’s removal from his company’s App Store, saying he doesn’t see an “intersection” between the right to free speech and the ability to provoke violence.
Apple and Google launched the app for the conservative social media site, and Amazon – Web Services withdrew Parler from its servers – following the violent riots on the US Capitol on January 6 that resulted in the deaths of five people, including a policeman
“We looked at the incitement to violence that was there. And we don’t consider free speech and incitement to violence intersect, “Cook told presenter Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday.
Cook said there are more than 2 million apps on the App Store and all of them should adhere to the terms of service.
“Of course we don’t check what’s on the internet, but we never thought our platform was just a replica of the internet. We have rules and regulations and …
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