Talk CEO John Matzy said today that his social media company has been shot down by nearly all of its business alliances after Amazon, Apple and Google They ended their agreements with the social media service.
“Every seller from texting services to email providers and our attorneys abandoned us all on the same day” Matzi said today on Fox News.
Matzi acknowledged that the ban could lead to the company halting business while raising free speech issues, describing it as an “assault on everyone.”
“They are all working together at the same time to ensure that we not only lose access to our applications, but that they are shutting down all of our servers tonight, out of the internet,” said Matzy. “They attempted not only to kill the app, but to actually destroy the entire company. And it’s not just these three companies. Every seller of texting services gave us away to email providers and our lawyers all on the same day.”
The statements come a day later Drop Amazon Parler From its servers, to join Apple and Google. They all pointed to the possibility of posting violent content on the site, which conservatives prefer as an alternative to Twitter and Facebook.
Matzi said the services are unfairly targeting Parler. “They are trying to wrongly claim that we are somehow responsible for the events that happened on the sixth of the month,” he said, which is the date the protesters took over the Capitol.
Of the technology ban, he said: “Anyone will go out of work.” “This thing can destroy anyone.”
He added, “We will do our best to get back online as soon as possible. But we face a lot of problems because every seller we talk to says they will not work with us. Because if Apple does not agree and Google does not agree, it will not agree.”