After Apple and Google, Amazon also banned “free speech” social network Parler.com from its web hosting service for violating rules last weekend. Amazon has suspended the company from its web hosting platform. Therefore, Parler went offline following Sunday night. Following this, the right-wing social media platform announced that it has transferred the domain name to Epik last week. Parler’s app, however, remains offline.
“Hello world, is this thing on?
Epik announced that they were not in contact with it. However, Epik didn’t rule out working with the controversial social media app in the future if the site would make some serious changes. “Hello world, is this thing on?,” Matze asked in a message dated on Saturday on Parler’s website. In addition to this, there is a brief message about technical issues.
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- Parler.com partially reemerges with help from Russian-owned service – January 20, 2021
- Epik has no plans to host Parler – January 16, 2021
- Amazon warns AWS employees against bomb threats – January 12, 2021
- Parler.com domain moves to Epik – January 12, 2021
- Parler filed a lawsuit against Amazon – January 12, 2021
- Parler banned from three giant platforms – January 11, 2021
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