Here’s the rationale for SkySilk enabling Parler to get back online

Yesterday the controversial right-wing social community Parler was revived from the lifeless—type of. The unique website and its cell apps have been forcibly shut down in January after Apple and Google kicked the Parler app from their app shops and Amazon terminated Parler’s AWS internet hosting.

However as of yesterday, Parler is back in motion—in restricted type, reports CNN. The platform has discovered a brand new internet hosting supplier, SkySilk Cloud. The host is predicated out of Los Angeles and says it affords “customized #VPS options for any funds or undertaking.”

So why is SkySilk letting Parler get back online? SkySilk says the transfer doesn’t imply they agree with the content material Parler customers put up. Fairly, SkySilk “advocates the proper to personal judgment and rejects the position of being the decide, jury, and executioner.” You may learn the full assertion in the tweet beneath.


Now that Parler has discovered a brand new host, its web site is back online and customers who beforehand had Parler accounts can log into the website. Nevertheless, outdated posts customers have made won’t be out there. As for new customers, Parler says they’ll allow others to take part the subsequent week or so.