The fighting social network Parler is scheduled to reappear on iOS in the week of April 26, after being re-established in Apple’s App Store today, however, the iOS app will block some of the content it contains. On Android and Parler’s web version, a compromise in line with Apple’s development approach.
Parler announced the news at a press conference. Interim CEO Mark Meckler said the company had “worked to put in place a system that would better detect illegal speech and allow users to filter out unwanted content for them,” said Parler. Retains our strict prohibitions against viewpoints content moderation. “
Apple admitted to Parler after being banned for months under pressure from lawmakers.Two days before a hearing on Apple̵7;s App Store policy, the company said Parler, which promoted itself as a less moderated alternative to Facebook. Or Twitter has participated in A “critical conversation” with Parler resulting in proposed changes that will be in line with Apple’s Content Policy.
According to a Parler press release, which includes some content filtering on iOS, “Although the App Store version of Parler prohibits certain posts that Parler allows, those posts will still be visible on the web and Android versions of Parler. “Release notes Parlor does not elaborate on the types of content to include, but Apple requires a system for filtering “inappropriate” content posted by users.
Apple, Google and Amazon both banned Parler following the Jan. 6 attack on the US federal agency, saying Parler had failed to curb violent threats and hateful content. Web hosting But the lawsuit has fared badly in court.Google continues to suspend Parler from the Play Store, but users can install apps directly on Android, making the ban less likely.