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Hi! Welcome to the Insider Advertising daily for January 12. I’m Lauren Johnson, a senior advertising reporter at Business Insider. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every weekday. Send me feedback or tips at

Today’s news: Parler sues Amazon after being banned from Amazon Web Services, Google freezes political donations, and new research reveals how people subscribe to streaming services.

Parler is suing Amazon, alleging antitrust violations after the e-commerce giant banned the far-right social media app from AWS

The far-right social media platform Parler said that it was suing Amazon, alleging antitrust violations after Amazon banned the website from using its AWS service. 
Amazon says that Parler does not efficiently police threats of violence on its platform.
The lawsuit comes after many consider the role that tech companies play in enabling those seeking to incite violence.
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Google joins Microsoft and Facebook in freezing all political contributions following the Capitol siege

Google said that it would halt political contributions following the deadly siege of the US Capitol building last week. 
Facebook and Microsoft also said that they would freeze political contributions.
The moves come as brands like Marriott and Morgan Stanley stop donations to Republican lawmakers who objected to President-elect Joe Biden’s certification.
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New research shows the average US household now subscribes to 4 streaming services — and it could lead to a major shift in the market

Travis Clark reports new findings from Ampere Analysis showing that the average US household subscribes to four services.
In both US and western Europe, 10% of streaming homes subscribe to five or more services.
The boom could result in the bundling of streaming services.
Read the full story here.

  YIMBY with a conscience: Meet the 26-year-old real-estate heir who wants to make affordable housing a reality in the Biden era

More stories we’re reading:

A company that owns hundreds of talk radio stations has threatened to terminate hosts for suggesting the 2020 election was stolen (Business Insider)

A new startup wants to build a network of houses for influencers across the US to film in and record podcasts (Business Insider)

After gaining 2 million new customers with its masks, Athleta’s head of merchandising reveals plans to keep them by becoming a ‘lifestyle brand’ (Business Insider)

Facebook names Roy Austin Jr. as VP of civil rights (Reuters)

‘Sex and the City’ stars to make more than $1 million per episode for HBO Max revival (Variety)

OpenAP adds technology to further automate TV ad sales (Wall Street Journal)

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