Google Keeps Truth Social Banned After Meta Airs Shooting Spree! – USA-TECHNEWS

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Android users may continue to download Facebook and Instagram apps from Apple and Google online marketplaces on Thursday morning, while former President Donald Trump’s Truth Social app remains blocked due to content moderation.

On Wednesday, both platforms that are still available for download by Meta were used by 19-year-old Ezequiel Kelly on Thursday night for Broadcasting A shooting spree left four dead. according to to the police.

“No fake, this is real,” the crazy gunman said on a Facebook Live stream as he walked into the AutoZone and shot a blank man.

While the Facebook and Instagram apps remain in the Google Play Store, Android users are prohibited from downloading Truth Social.

Last week, Google announced that the free Trump-branded alternative to Twitter will continue to suffer an App Store ban until the platform adopts Silicon Valley’s censorship regime and adopts appropriate content modification policies.

“On August 19, the Truth Social notified us of several violations of standard policies in their current app and confirmed that effective user-generated content moderation systems are a requirement of our terms of service for any app to be published on Google Play,” the company, which is based in In Mountain View Tell CNBC.

The announcement coincided with a successful New York Times article published the day before that smeared the Truth Social as a haven for extremism.

The paper, titled “QAnon Home Accounts, Trump Support, on Truth Social,” highlighted a few dozen accounts purportedly linked to QAnon to justify the platform’s destruction, despite more than Half a million active users.

The allied censorship system between corporate media and big technology is closely following Parler’s playbook, as Apple, Google and Amazon have colluded to scrap the rival social media company’s platform.

In January last year, the three tech giants stripped Parler of their services, citing extremist content on the platform that led to the Capitol riots. However, Twitter and Facebook have both strengthened their same activity on their respective platforms during the same time frame.


Tristan Justice is the Western correspondent for The Federalist. He has also written for The Washington Examiner and The Daily Signal. His work has also been featured in Real Clear Politics and Fox News. Tristan graduated from George Washington University with a major in political science and majoring in journalism. Follow him on Twitter at @JusticeTristan or reach out to him at Tristan@thefederalist.com.

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