The website of the social network Parler, widely used by conservatives and the extreme right in the US, is accessible again after Amazon stopped hosting it on its servers a week ago due to the proliferation of violent messages after the assault to the Capitol.
On the page appears a greeting from its chief executive, John Matze, dated this Saturday, and a text titled “technical difficulties” in which the company says its objective is “to offer a non-partisan public square” in which people can exercise your right to privacy and free expression.
“We will solve any challenge that comes our way and we plan to welcome you all soon. We will not let civil discourse perish,” concludes the text, addressed to “lovers and enemies” of the social network.
According to CNN, the return to service of the page implies that Parler has found a new server and it appears to be Epik, a platform that hosts far-right content and that in recent days had sounded like a candidate, according to a search in the archive Whois domains.
After the assault on the Capitol on January 6 by a mob of radical supporters of US President Donald Trump, protesting an alleged electoral fraud and in which five people died, internet giants such as Amazon, Apple and Google moved to block this social network.
Parler was one of the main channels for organizing these protests and has grown significantly in recent months, becoming a refuge for far-right figures whose content violates the rules against hate speech and violence on platforms such as Twitter or Facebook.
Following the withdrawal of the hosting on Amazon Web Services as a “public safety risk”, Parler filed a lawsuit against Amazon in the city of Seattle (Washington, USA) alleging that she was expelled for political reasons and asking for a warrant. to allow you to return to the server.
This Friday, the defense of the company delivered documents to the court in which it indicated that the Parler executive had to “leave his home and hide with his family after receiving death threats and invasive personal security breaches,” according to Fox News. .