The website for Parler, the conservative-friendly social media platform, was back online on Sunday — with a message for the corporate’s “lovers and haters.”
“Hey world, is this factor on?” Parler CEO John Matze wrote on the website, above a notice from the corporate saying the platform can be restored after challenges have been resolved.
“Now looks like the correct time to remind you all — each lovers and haters — why we began this platform,” the notice learn.
“We imagine privateness is paramount and free speech important, particularly on social media. Our goal has at all times been to present a nonpartisan public sq. the place people can get pleasure from and train their rights to each.”
Amazon Net Companies suspended Parler from its servers final Sunday, within the wake of the lethal US Capitol riot, successfully taking the website offline until it discovered a brand new firm to host its providers.
The corporate filed a lawsuit Monday accusing Amazon of breach of contract and violating an antitrust legislation over the tech titan’s resolution to cease internet hosting the positioning.
In response, Amazon mentioned it repeatedly warned Parler about its customers’ violent posts and that the corporate failed to promptly take away them.
Google Play and Apple additionally eliminated the corporate’s app from their shops.
Parler’s app was nonetheless unavailable for obtain on each the Apple App Retailer and Google Play on Sunday.
With Put up wires