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It looks like Parler Accusation of distrust Blocking an AWS account is not a good start on Amazon. In a hearing on Thursday, Judge Amazon ordered Judge Amazon to turn on or order AWS for Parler Judge. He refused to do so:
Seattle District Court Judge Barbara J. Rostens said on Thursday that she was not interested in ordering Amazon to return Parler to the line. Instead, she said she would like to take a more measurable approach to deciding whether she should order a permanent order to return web services to Parler.
If we talk to two people who attended the hearing, it looks like the judge has not yet made an official decision, but he says he will make a decision soon. Another comment I heard from the audience was that Parler’s lawyer did not seem to understand some of the basic concepts of how this works. Amazon’s lawyer said they would allow the site to be returned to AWS if they put in place a real content modification strategy – which would ensure they were re-arrested instead of terminating Parler’s account (this is a key point in the lawsuit when Parler’s termination violated their terms, and Amazon’s account is suspended)
Another point seems to be that Parler’s lawyer told the judge that Parler could no I do not Able to prosecute this case (when arguing that there is irreversible damage by not moving the station immediately, why can’t any damage be taken as a result of later damage?). I find this ridiculous, because last week (actually, a century ago) Parler did the same Section 230 was not required At no time did John Mathieu Parler, the CEO, say he was too big to oppose any of the 230 allegations. At the time, I was a fan of the Mercury family, but they were not. Says Rich.
Again, “Uh, if we are responsible for posting to our users, we can handle such charges” to “Uh, we are not able to file this lawsuit in just one week to keep our site alive.”
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