Parler sues Amazon after being banned from Amazon Web Services

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Today’s news:�Parler sues Amazon after being
banned from Amazon Web Services, Google freezes political
donations, and new research reveals how people subscribe to
streaming services.

Parler

Parler is suing Amazon, alleging antitrust violations after the
e-commerce giant banned the far-right social media app from AWS

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the full story here.

Google's CEO Sundar Pichai

Google joins Microsoft and Facebook in freezing all political
contributions following the Capitol siege

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the full story here.

the mandalorian

New research shows the average US household now subscribes to 4
streaming services — and it could lead to a major shift in the
market

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the full story here.
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Parler sues Amazon after being banned from Amazon Web
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