• Parler moves to Epik, a domain registrar known for hosting far-right extremist content

    15 days ago - By Business Insider

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    Parler registered its domain with Epik, a company known for hosting other far-right websites including Gab.
    Epik said in a statement released Monday that though Parler registered its domain with the company, the companies had not been in contact.
    Parler has denied allegations that it has become a haven for the far-right, but threats related to the Capitol insurrection thrived on the platform.
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  • Amazon is removing QAnon apparel from its site after supporters of the conspiracy theory participated in the attack on the US Capitol

    15 days ago - By Business Insider

    Screenshots show QAnon-related products available for sale on Amazon.
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    Amazon is beginning to removing items relating to far-right conspiracy theory QAnon from its site, the New York Times reported.
    Amazon, which booted Parler from its cloud services earlier this week, listed more than 1,000 items related to QAnon as recently as October.
    The move comes months after ecommerce site Etsy already banned products related to the conspiracy theory, and as social platforms like Facebook and Twitter take stronger action against it.
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  • Fox News host warns impeachment could trigger more far-right terrorist attacks from Trump supporters

    15 days ago - By Business Insider

    Brian Kilmeade
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    Fox News host Brian Kilmeade sounded the alarm Monday morning over looming impeachment proceedings following President Donald Trump's incitement of the Capitol Siege last Wednesday.
    Kilmeade, a longtime host of "Fox & Friends," argued the insurrectionists would only become more determined to attack again if the House moves forward, with proceedings beginning as soon as tomorrow.
    "We see what's happening around the country, how 50 state houses are being threatened on Inauguration Day - this is the last thing you wanna do," Kilmeade said.
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