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The alternative social network Parler has reopened after a month offline, the company announced in a press release that the site is now open to users with existing accounts and will accept new logins starting next week, and a new interim CEO has also been announced : Mark Meckler, who previously co-founded the right-wing group Tea Party Patriots.The relaunch comes after Apple, Google and Amazon shut down the service after the attack on the US Capitol in January, citing violent threats on the platform

Old Parler accounts have been restored, but old “Parleys” – the website’s term for posts – do not appear to have been carried over. Some high profile users, such as Sean Hannity, Fox News presenter, have already started looking at the new one Website to post the schedules for other key clients like Tucker Carlson or Rep Devin Nunes (R-CA), remain blank.Many posts were previously archived by an outside researcher who scraped them off before they were taken down

Parler describes himself as not politically affiliated, but the loosely moderated website became popular with conservative users who were either banned from larger sites or disagreed with fact-checking and moderation guidelines from platforms like Twitter and Facebook After the election, it became a hub for the pro-Trump Stop the Steal campaign, which escalated into a deadly attempt to win the US election on Jan. The site was brought down on January 10th It went offline on January 1st when the old host Amazon Web Services suspended its account

The platform has now rebooted with a press release dubbed “Robust, Sustainable, Independent Technology,” Parler transferred his domain registration in January to Epik, a registrar known for providing a haven for “deplatformed” right-wing websites to offer

Parler remains in an uncertain position, however.Apple and Google have not restored their app in their stores and are still fighting Amazon where a judge disagreed with his claims, former CEO John Matze said he was fired in early February, and the company is “currently conducting a thorough search” for a permanent CEO to replace Meckler. It is also under scrutiny in Congress – where House Oversight Committee chair Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) has records of Parler’s funding and operations requested


World News – USA – Parler is back online after a month of downtime

Source: https://www.theverge.com/2021/2/15/22284036/parler-social-network-relaunch-new-hosting