The social network Parler celebrates its return online after a month of absence. The company now relies on “A sustainable and independent technology” and it no longer relies on “Big Tech” to ensure its operational management. The new Parler site is “Open to Americans of all stripes”, underlines the social network in a press release. The company has successfully restored all 20 million user accounts it claims, but not their contents.
Talking had been banned by Google Apple and its host AWS after the assault on Capitol Hill. On the grounds of a large number of hate calls and a lack of moderation. The domain is now hosted by Epik, known for registering many far-right domains.
This ban also caused the downfall of CEO John Matz. The time to find a new one, it is now Mark Meckler who assumes this role ad interim. The latter’s political roots are clear: he founded the Tea Party Patriots, a group that is part of the ultra-conservative Tea Party movement.
However, Parler is still not present in the Apple AppStore and Google Play application stores. Android smartphone users are therefore invited to download the mobile application directly from the website. No solution exists, however, for iPhone or iPad users.
Source: Applis, Logiciels – 01net by www.01net.com.
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