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Twitter suspended Donald Trump’s account indefinitely. Then Amazon. Apple, Google and Amazon Web Services have cut off Parler – the self-styled “free speech” social media platform – after it allegedly failed to remove pro-Trump supporters that incited violence. Is it too little, too late, or a draconian overreaction? And does this signal that social media companies have really changed their approach?


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James Harding
Co-founder and Editor