Following the coup attempt that led to five deaths in the U.S. on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, some social media apps made big news on Friday. , both Google and Apple placed restrictions on social networking app Parler. The latter is a social media app created for conservative users, many of whom have been looking for a Twitter replacement after the latter permanently banned President Trump on Friday (more on that below).
Google, Apple place restrictions on social media app Parler
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