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Parler's CEO said Google's decision to ban the app was a 'horrible way to handle this.' AOC has urged Apple to take similar action

Parler's CEO said Google's decision to ban the app was a 'horrible way to handle this.' AOC has urged Apple to take similar action

Parler CEO John Matze
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After Google announced it was banning Parler, a social media network, from its app store for inciting violence, CEO John Matze said the ban was "a horrible way to handle this."




"If they actually cared, they would try to help. Not dump the app and send a break up public statement. What a horrible way to handle this," Matze wrote on Friday.




A Google spokesperson told Insider: "In light of this ongoing and urgent public safety threat, we are suspending the app's listings from the Play Store until it addresses these issues."




Matze responded to Apple's request for updates by saying: "Apparently they know what is best for you by telling you which apps you may and may not use."




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After Google announced it was banning Parler, an alternative social media network, from its app store for inciting violence in Washington, CEO John Matze late Friday said the ban was "a horrible way to handle this." "Guess they arnt [sic] really concerned about the 'violence' that is against our rules anyway," Matze posted on Parler. "If they actually cared, they would try to help. Not dump the app and send a break up public statement. What a horrible way to handle this."He said Google didn't send its full complaint to Parler. Apple and Google were both seeking updates to Parler's moderation policies. Google banned it on Friday, while Apple was waiting 24 hours for updates.
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