Parler Site Back Online, Still Unlisted on Stores

Parler, which was recently shut down for its role in the recent Capitol Insurrection, went back online on Sunday.

Parler, which was recently shut down for its role in the recent Capitol Insurrection, went back online on Sunday. 

Parler CEO John Matze posted “Hello, world. Is this thing on?” a week after Amazon Web Services stopped hosting them/

Amazon along with Google and Apple stopped providing service for  Parler for allegedly failing to moderate content and threats of violence by users including Pro-Trump rioters who attacked the US Capitol on January 6.

In response, Parler filed a lawsuit and accused Amazon of breaching a contract and violating an antitrust law over the decision to stop hosting the site which they said was allegedly preventing free speech.

“Now seems like the right time to remind you all — both lovers and haters — why we started this platform. We believe privacy is paramount and free speech essential, especially on social media. Our aim has always been to provide a nonpartisan public square where individuals can enjoy and exercise their rights,” said Matze. 

Epik, a domain name registrar now was found to be currently hosting Parler and other de-platformed networks such as Gab, the Daily Stormer, and 8kun predecessor’s 8chan.


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