The demonstration organized a few days ago at the Capitol on the day when the results of the elections which took place in the United States last November were to be formalized, little by little has consequences both for the Republican Party candidate, Trump, and for the app that was used to organize the proposal.
The app chosen by Trump’s henchmen who did not want to acknowledge their defeat at the polls and denounced voter fraud, was Speak, an app that since last Sunday. not available
Despite repeated notifications, Apple had sent Speak, urging him to regulate the content it displays, they ignored it, so Apple and Google went the direct route of bumping it out of their respective app stores. In addition, AWS has also stopped providing the hosting service, so as of that date, the service is no longer available.
However, as Tim Cook stated yesterday, that does not mean that they have completely closed the doorsbecause it may be available again as long as you comply with the terms of service. In other words, eliminate any content that incites violence of any kind and racism, primarily in addition to establishing moderation guidelines.
Tim Cook said in the interview he gave to CBS that:
Talking has some moderation issues. Our hope is that they do and come back to the store.
We suspend them, we do not ban them. We have terms of service for our app store and some of those terms of service that it violates. All we ask is that you comply with the Terms of Service.