Parler Is Back After Censoring By IT Giants
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Parler Is Back After Censoring By IT Giants


After a month of fighting against Google and Amazon, Parler returned to service. The app's management announced new servers and complete independence from the liberal censorship machine.

The new CEO, Mark Meckler, with the help of a Russian IT company, restored access to the messenger for 20 million users.

“We are off of the big tech platform, so that we can consider ourselves safe and secure for the future,” Meckler told Just the News.

According to the new management, Parler has nevertheless acquired tools that will regulate and censor content in the application. Meckler clarified that they now have artificial intelligence and an army of moderators in their arsenal to track unwanted messages.

Mark Meckler is interim CEO, and in addition to helping Parler find resilience, he will be recruiting a permanent CEO.

Image: Gage Skidmore

Author: Usa Really