Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-02-15 10:23:00 –
Las Vegas (FOX5)-The Henderson-based social media platform is back online after losing a few weeks of webhosts.
A social media website parlor promoting freedom of speech attracting many right-wing users who may have been removed from other platforms officially closed on Monday after “Big Tech” temporarily removed the site. Said to resume.
“The parlor was built to protect freedom of speech and provide a social media platform that respects privacy and public discourse. By those who want to silence tens of millions of Americans in January. When the parlor went offline, our team got together and decided to keep our promise to our very enthusiastic community to return stronger than ever, said Mark Meckler, interim CEO of the parlor. “The parlor is run by an experienced team and stays here. We thrive as the best social media platform dedicated to free speech, privacy and public dialogue,” he said in the release. To do.”
Parlor made a national headline after it was discovered that many who attacked the Capitol on January 6 used the platform to coordinate their attacks. As a result, Amazon Web Services stopped hosting the parlor on January 10 and left it offline for several weeks.
According to Parlor, the current number of users is 20 million and you can start using the website right away. Sign-up for new users will begin the following week.
In early February, Parler dismissed CEO John Matze because of a contradictory “vision.”
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