The controversial media website of Parler has made a come-back on 15th February, Monday with the help of a new web partner. The company has also modified its community guidelines as well as made a promise of removing inciting content from their app.
This change has come after the unusual step taken by the Web Services of Amazon in the month of January by refusing to support the application due to the recurrent pattern of promoting hateful and violent posts that are often posted on the site and have frequently led to drastic incidents.
New Terms And Conditions By Parler
Parler had faced severe backlash after the Capitol Hill riot that took place in January. On Monday, it took everyone by surprise by announcing their revival. The announcement was made by their CEO.
For their users, this re-launch has not been very smooth since the site seems to be functioning at an extremely slow speed on computers. Neither are they accepting any new users. In addition, Parler has stopped working on mobile devices altogether.
At present, SkySilk is hosting Parler. SkySilk is a web company for infrastructure that is situated near Los Angeles. Kevin Matossian, chief executive of SkySilk, has recently confirmed this news.
Matossian’s statement informed that the former aggressive nature of the social media app has now been changed and it will no longer advocate or condone hatred. SkySilk will be closely monitoring Parler and its content and remove any sort of inflammatory content.
Parler is also looking for a CEO on a permanent basis as their site is once again up and working. The company is also making changes in its core committee who will transform the working of the site.