Andrey (azangru) wrote,

BBC reports:

Now, what does the word "its" mean here? Does the tech reporter at the BBC believe that Parler is Amazon's social network?

Also, it's all sorts of amusing how half a week ago most of us haven't even heard or cared of Parler, and now its fate is discussed in general news.

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