Microblogging platform Parler, which is loved by the supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump, may not return, CEO John Matze said on Wednesday.
The company is in conversation with various hosting providers, but they are not eager to facilitate the controversial platform.
The social medium, taken offline by Amazon after the storming of the Capitol, has urged the judge on Wednesday that Amazon resume web hosting. Amazon cited at least a hundred examples of content that is unacceptable in court yesterday.
Parler acknowledges that the language on the platform is sometimes hateful, but believes it falls under the constitutional freedom of expression. Parler had 12 million users.
Snapchat made yesterday known that Donald Trump’s account has been permanently deleted. It was mainly used for campaign purposes. Previously, Facebook, Twitter Instagram and YouTube already took far-reaching measures to prevent further escalation.
Incidentally, Trump managed to post a video on Twitter on Wednesday in which he condemns violence as ‘un-American’. The video was posted on a Twitter page called The White House and was not removed.
For the fourth time in US history, the House of Representatives approved the impeachment of a president on Wednesday.
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