Parler CEO calls Twitter and its tech giant friends “fake news rage mob”


Apple said Parler had 24 hours to make the changes or else it would be removed from the App Store.

While Parler proposed some changes, Apple decided these weren’t adequate.

It stated that “the processes Parler has put in place to moderate or prevent the spread of dangerous and illegal content have proved insufficient.”

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It added that the app will not return to the App Store until it has “demonstrated your ability to effectively moderate and filter the dangerous and harmful content on your service.”

Meanwhile, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington D.C. are seeking information on persons of interest (POIs) involved in the U.S. Capitol riot. A number of rioters have been arrested and charged. Their investigations into the insurrection is ongoing and more arrests are expected.

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