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The social networking website Parler became active again after Amazon stopped hosting its services on January 10 after the attack on the United States Capitol Building, now as a domain owned by Epik, although it is not known who was behind the residence.
Amazon announced on January 10 that it will stop providing service to Parler, after it was learned that it was the app used by followers of Donald Trump involved in the attack on the Capitol Building (United States).
The popularity of this social network on Lack of moderation Content, which led to its use to spread conspiracy theories and its use by far-right supporters.
Epik explained in Release Parler filed for the domain registration on January 11, without prior talks between the parties, although they later convened to discuss the future of the social network, which has 15 million users.
The web domain company does not share Amazon Web Services’s decision to withdraw the service to Paler because of what it understands is due to “an unprecedented number of fake accounts created with the intention of attempting to post terrible and violent content”.
Discussions between Epik and Parler focused on changes that would improve policies, including new guidelines for internal regulation, improvements in positive user authentication validation, and investment in recognition and AI software for detection. Early. But it has not commented on who provides the servers, which is unknown at this time.
For this part, Speak on the web On his return, he explained in a brief post that for them “privacy is paramount and freedom of expression is essential,” and thus, his goal was “always to provide a non-partisan public space where people can enjoy and exercise their rights over both.”
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