- Parler’s website will not be available until a new web host is found.
- Parler went offline on Sunday after Amazon booted the social media site from its platform.
- John Matze, CEO of Parler, said on Sunday that the platform would “be back online as soon as possible.”
- Parler has not yet confirmed discussions with specific hosting providers, and a spokesperson did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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Popular right-wing extremist social media app Parler is in limbo after it was banned by tech giants Apple, Amazon and Google following the Capitol riots on Wednesday.
Parler has become popular with supporters of President Donald Trump and members of the far right in recent months for its relatively low degree of moderation. The app was also the most downloaded app on the Apple App Store for several days before it was banned.
On Sunday, Parler went offline after not finding another web host when Amazon launched Parler …