Amazon reportedly bans QAnon products from its store

Amazon reportedly bans QAnon products from its store
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Amazon has reportedly banned the sale of merchandise related to QiAon, citing violations of policies prohibiting offensive items and inappropriate content.

QAnon’s believers, the infamous, far-right conspiracy theories, came to light after the Reuters reported earlier activity Played an important role in the US Capitol in the riot last week, In which five people died. This is also a step A social networking app that was used to help organize the Capitol Hill attack, to stop Amazon Parler’s hosting of web content.

As of Monday, QAnon products such as books and hats were still available on Amazon’s online market place.

Photographs captured in the Capitol Hill Rebellion include men and women wearing T-shirts, men and women who post a pseudonym and message of the name of the person or people who promote debunked doctrines Huh.

Amazon has come under fire in the past for not efficiently enforcing its policies, which prohibit products that “promote, incite or glorify hatred or violence towards an individual or group.”

Amazon did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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