Platform claimed that Amazon’s hosting service violated antitrust law by suspending its account.
The social network Parler has given up suing Amazon for taking its platform down earlier this year.
The site accused the hosting service Amazon Web Services (AWS) of violating antitrust laws, which guarantee competition.
The decision appears in a document sent to the Washington court on Tuesday evening (2). The social network did not give details about the reason for the withdrawal.
Amazon suspended Parler’s services on January 9 amid an invasion of the United States Congress that left 5 dead.
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The social network was used by supporters of former US President Donald Trump to incite violence, according to the company.
AWS said Parler violated his contract by ignoring repeated warnings to deal with the growth of violent content on the platform, including calls to assassinate prominent Democratic politicians, business and media executives.
On January 21, the U.S. Federal Court rejected Parler’s request that Amazon restore the social network’s hosting on the Internet.
In addition to Amazon, Google and Apple also suspended the social network, which led to the platform being disabled from the internet.
On February 15, Parler went back on air with “independent technology”. The social network works only on the web version, as applications for iPhone and Android phones are not available.