Apple denied Parler, the latest social media platform created to promote free speech, reentry onto their app store.
There are double standards, and we can see them.
If you think that this happened only to their app store guidelines, you’re fooling yourself. They don’t want to be the first major big tech company to place Parler out of the doghouse.
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In my opinion, the only “disadvantage” to the latest social media platform is the ability to share your ideas that someone doesn’t support.
Parler doesn’t forbid people to share their attitudes towards everything. It is not a conservative platform, don’t let be brainwashed.
Below you can read the Bloomberg report.
Parler, the controversial conservative social media app, was denied re-entry to Apple Inc.’s App Store recently after it was kicked off the platform in the wake of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, documents obtained by Bloomberg show.
On Wednesday, Parler LLC cut its three remaining iOS developers, according to a person familiar with the matter. The company eliminated seven workers in total, most of whom were contractors. The other staff worked on Parler TV and quality assurance, said the person, who asked not to be identified discussing private matters.
“After having reviewed the new information, we do not believe these changes are sufficient to comply with App Store Review guidelines” Apple wrote to Parler’s chief policy officer on Feb. 25. “There is no place for hateful, racist, discriminatory content on the App Store.”
Apple said that Parler’s new community guidelines, released when the service came back online Feb. 15, were insufficient to comply with the App store rules.
“In fact, simple searches reveal highly objectionable content, including easily identified offensive uses of derogatory terms regarding race, religion and sexual orientation, as well as Nazi symbols,” Apple wrote to Parler in a letter, a copy of which was obtained by Bloomberg. “For these reasons your app cannot be returned to the App Store for distribution until it complies with the guidelines.”
Parler’s community guidelines were written by Chief Policy Officer Amy Peikoff, according to two people familiar with the matter. Parler did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Wednesday.”
The Tech oligarchs must falter the bottom line after too many people leave their platforms for a smaller one that only a few critics can eliminate.
With these platforms, the big tech oligarchs, censors, and moderators could be less preferred and more friendly to the content creators in comparison with the current situation.
Steve Wozniak manufactured “Blue Boxes,” a device for stimulating the tones for unauthorized accessing the Bell System Trunkline for free remote calls.
Steve Jobs took the computer time from other time-sharers so his team could write code for the first Mac.
Apple is currently so prosperous because it pirated other people and their enterprises’ belongings.
Maybe Parler wants to follow their example.
You shouldn’t play nice with Big Tech because they want to ruin you, your family, and everything important.