Listen: Apple says it is monitoring Infowars app for content violations
"Alex Jones is channel the the guy who does Infowars at nearly two point five million subscribers and more than a billion views he previously had had his live streaming suspended for ninety days. However, he attempted to livestream on other channels, which is a violation of tubes rules, Facebook removed, four pages, promoting Jones in his shows, and they also suspended Jones himself from being a page Adleman for thirty days mail chimp the mass Email platform removed Alex Jones account. These companies all reported the Jones in his content, break their content policies against hate speech. Although Apple left the info wars app in the app store, and it was also the only Google play store. And apple said the app does not technically break its content guidelines, so they were gonna leave it in place. Now, the one company I haven't mentioned yet as Twitter because Twitter. Declined to suspend Alex Jones and info wars, and then Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey. And a series of tweets, of course, said that they did not violate Twitter's rules and went onto Twitter, wants to promote discussion on its site, and it's critical that journalists document, validate and refutes such information directly. So people can form their own opinions. This is what serves the public public conversation best."