Parler CEO John Matze appeared on Fox News to discuss the severity of the current grand tech crackdown on Parler as virtually all of the company’s vendors and their attorneys sever ties with the company after the Google attacks and Apple.
“They all worked together to make sure that at the same time we lost access, not only to our applications, but they also shut down all of our servers tonight, off the internet,” said Matze. “They tried not only to kill the apps, but to destroy the entire company. And it wasn’t just these three companies, all the vendors, from text messaging to email providers to our lawyers, that left us all on the same day. “
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Matze continued to elaborate on the difficulty of the task ahead, noting that while he and his team will try to get Speaking “back online as quickly as possible”, they face repeated obstacles as companies refuse to do so. deal with them. “If Apple doesn’t approve and if Google doesn’t approve, you know, they won’t.”
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“Amazon is the biggest cloud storage provider in the world, and we use it to host our servers, you know, hundreds of servers.” Matze continued, “Basically they said, ‘You have 24 hours to get all your data and find new servers.’”
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“So where are you going to find 300 to 500 servers in a 24 hour window, and how do you send everyone’s data to them in a 24 hour period?” He explained, “It’s an impossible feat, we’re going to handle it the best we can, to get back online as quickly as possible, but, you know, there are just some things that are fundamentally impossible.”
Talking is currently scheduled to shut down indefinitely when Amazon shuts down its servers at midnight tonight.
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