Parler is SUING Amazon! Lawyer Explains Lawsuit – Viva Frei Vlawg

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9 Responses to Parler is SUING Amazon! Lawyer Explains Lawsuit – Viva Frei Vlawg

  1. jeans2nd says:

    Ah, Stella, if you knew what also really happened you would hit me with the ban hammer so fast for being a conspiracy theorist. So one refrains.

    Some facts – Frei believes this lawsuit would prevail. Eventually.
    Well, let’s see. Obama’s people all went to Big Tech during the last four years. All those Obama people are back in Jobama’s DOJ and in private law firms like Elias et al.
    And, this will be heard in the 9th Circuit courts.

    Around the 14 minute mark, items #40 and #41 – how did that “offending content” magically appear overnight?

    And so it goes.

    Oh yes – Bongino and the rest of his buddies are stupid. Really stupid.
    How many hackers were hired to test their software before it went live?
    Stupid

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  2. jeans2nd says:

    Wicked Son sent me this this morning –
    “The reason why Parler’s data breach is a giant information security failure”
    https://techjournalism.medium.com/

    See? Not a conspiracy theorist.
    There is more, but…there we are.

    Sadly, one suspects Viva’s optimism is misplaced.
    Time marches on, and inevitably things change, and remain the same.
    There is always a better hacker, and a better cracker.
    Our Lord is in Control, always.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Forgot – go to Gab. Listened to Andreww Torba this morning on Bannon’s show.
      Torba was exiled when Milo was, and spent the last four years doing what you all have done in a couple three weeks.

      Gab is secure. Open-source blockchain, with some P2P thrown in a bit, with their own servers, their own technoids, and their own attorneys.
      Safe

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    • stella says:

      There is no doubt that is true (data breach.) How exactly does that exonerate Amazon for colluding with Apple, Google and, probably, Twitter to destroy another company? How does that explain away the breaking of their contract with Parler while allowing Twitter to do the same thing without punishment by them?

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