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Parler all but vanished from the internet this week. Major tech platforms, including Apple and Amazon, booted the social network popular with the far-right for what the companies said was a failure to moderate incitement and violent rhetoric on its service that contributed to last week's deadly Capitol riots.

Apple removed Parler, the alternative social media platform popular with conservatives, from its app store on Saturday. "[T]here is no place on our platform for threats of violence and illegal activity," the iPhone maker said.

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