Rather than some shadowy Illuminati figures orchestrating the whole shut down of Alex Jones, activists had actually been lobbying tech platforms to cut ties with Alex Jones and InfoWars.
Apple have removed shows involving Alex Jones from its podcast directory, the most significant blow yet to one of the world's most notorious conspiracy theorists and a vocal supporter of President Donald Trump.
While Apple has drawn attention for banningInfoWars founder Alex Jones from its platform Monday for "hate speech", tech giants Facebook and YouTube, a subsidiary of Google, made the same move on the same day.
"Our families are in danger as a direct result of the hundreds of thousands of people who see and believe the lies and hate speech, which you have decided should be protected", their letter read.
Internet users attempting to view the Alex Jones Channel videos were greeted with the notice saying, "this account has been terminated for violating YouTube's Community Guidelines".
Backlash against Alex Jones grew to a new level on Monday as YouTube announced that it was terminating the far-right conspiracy theorist's channels in the wake of similar suspensions and removals by Facebook, Apple and Spotify.
The company uses a strike system to monitor how many times a page or admin violates their community standards.
It's unclear exactly how many episodes were ditched, although the vast majority of content created by Jones remains available to Spotify users.
It is unconfirmed if Infowars went through the appeals process, but its editor-at-large Paul Watson said the outlet was banned.
Spotify had also recently come under pressure for hosting Jones' podcasts. "We take reports of hate content seriously and review any podcast episode or song that is flagged by our community", a Spotify spokesperson toldEntertainment Weekly in a statement today.
The move followed a severe backlash on social media that saw Spotify subscribers threaten to ditch their accounts after the streaming service continued to host Jones" "Infowars' podcast despite blocks from other services.
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