(FILES) This illustration file photo taken on July 2, 2020 shows social media application logo Parler displayed on a smartphone in Arlington, Virginia.  Google said on January 8, 2021 that it had pulled the Parler app from its mobile store for allowing "egregious content" that could incite deadly violence like that seen at the US Capitol. / AFP / Olivier DOULIERY / TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Glenn Chapman "With social media in tumult, startup Parler draws conservatives"
Google removed the Parler social media app from its Play Store on January 8 for allowing 'egregious content' that could incite deadly violence. AFP

Google suspends Parler app favoured by Trump supporters

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