Monday, January 18, 2021

Parler Wins, Platform Will Be Back Soon

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Good news: The social media platform Parler will be back soon after a failed attempt by the technology giants to censor millions of conservatives.
As you can see in the interview below on Fox News, Dan Bongino gives promising update on Parler's battle with Big Tech censorship.
Google and Apple banned Parler from their app stores and Amazon removed Parler off its web hosting service Amazon Web Services (AWS), to knock the platform offline until it can find a new host.
It took the tech giants less than a day to decide to silence millions of conservatives including journalists, human rights activists, politicians and so on.
There is no justification for this. Millions of innocent people have been deprived of their rights to freedom of speech, freedom of thought and freedom of information just because of the alleged actions of a few individuals. Tech giants' discriminatory actions against conservatives escalate the discourse, divide society and destroy democracy.