Apple Inc threatened to remove the Parler social networking service from its App Store unless the company changes its content moderation policies, Parler chief executive John Matze told Reuters on Friday. Parler is a social network where many supporters of President Donald Trump have migrated after being banned from services like Twitter Inc. In a letter from Apple’s App Store review team at Parler seen by Reuters, Apple cited cases where the service was used to make plans to go down in Washington, DC, with guns after a mob stormed the United States Capitol on Wednesday.
Apple declined to comment.
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- Apple threatens to remove the Parler social networking service from App Store