Parler on Monday revealed that it is formally relaunching its platform and it will no longer need to depend on “big tech” to operate.The announcement says the platform has actually been restored on independent technology offering it the freedom to run as they see healthy after the company was de-platformed by significant app stores and web services in January following the riots at the Capitol.”When Parler was taken offline in January by those who prefer to silence 10s of millions of Americans, our group came together, identified to keep our promise to our extremely engaged community that we would return stronger than ever,” Mark Meckler, Interim CEO at Parler, said in the statement. Parler was suspended from Amazons webhosting services and from Apples app store after the riot when it was found that it had plenty of many discussions by members about invading the Capitol. Amazon and Apple did give Parler the opportunity to change their content moderation policy as it had few rules of what could be published on the platform. Instead of changing, Parler has actually transferred to a place where they say they can reboot without restrictions. “Parler is being run by an experienced team and is here to stay. We will flourish as the premier social networks platform devoted to complimentary speech, privacy and civil discussion,” Meckler said.Current users of the platform will be permitted on the website today while those who wish to sign up with the will need to wait till next week, according to the statement. Parler is still searching for a long-term CEO after the board fired previous CEO John Matze in a move that Matze said he did not “take part in.”Although Parler said its platform is open to all perspectives, it has actually become known as a site for right-wing users who think other big social networks platforms have been censoring conservative content.

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