Maxxcan 1 month ago
To the creator of this social network. I heard that Donald Trump want to make your own social network against the Twitter and Facebook. Do you think offer this Social Network to Trump? XD XD
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  • Joe 1 month ago
    Yea, I heard he was looking at making his own. I thought Parlour was where all the Trump supporters went?
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  • Stolensoul 1 month ago
    Even if he makes his own, he's still subject to the law, so even though it might be harder to prevent him from saying crap there, it wouldn't make him immune to the law.
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  • Ant 1 month ago
    parler got dropped by aws

    The parler statement on the matter read weird - in a nut shell they said they needed to re-write everything from the ground up because they would have to change providers but were cloud agnostic because everything was on bare-metal
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  • Ant 1 month ago
    They were kicked off the apple and google app stores before aws though.


    Additionally digitalocean have said they aren't welcome on the platform.
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  • Armatus 1 month ago
    pjuu - please don't mess with politics...

    Parler no more in internet!
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  • Joe 1 month ago
    Holy crap. I didn't know that... is that there actual page?
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  • Maxxcan 1 month ago
    @Joe ey I'm joking. I don't know politics ideas on this social network, please. The Parler or gab.com are social network full of racist, extreme right and extremism people. If someone like Trump or similar entry here you can to say goodbay to pjuu.
    Pjuu is the best SN because it mascot is a litter otter. Don't feed the trolls. Be in peace! :)
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  • Cosmocrat 1 month ago
    LOL! It's hard for sites like Parler to stay alive nowadays.
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  • Kikikikikiller 1 month ago
    Do u really think our president needs this mediocre network for libtartds? :)
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  • Joe 1 month ago
    @kikikikikiller he won't be president in 8 days so I don't think any one really cares to be honest
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  • Stolensoul 1 month ago
    It's funny how some people call this a mediocre network, yet keep on coming even though nobody wants them to
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  • Lnxw37 1 month ago
    If his posts were illegal content, they'd have closed his accounts years ago (by law).

    They should have been consistent--his posts have violated Twitter's ToS for years--but they liked the boost in usercount, media attention, and stock price that came from having him on their platform. Twitter should have kicked him off years ago.

    Besides that, no public official should make a corporate platform the centerpiece of policy-related communications.
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  • Lnxw37 1 month ago
    I've seen people posting about the Parler thing. I don't know enough about Parler to fill a thimble, but I'm sure plotters didn't only use Parler. Are any providers going after Twitter and Facebook, where it is likely that most such activity happened? (After all, who even knew about Parler before they hit the news?)
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  • Joe 1 month ago
    @lnxw37 I think Twitter normally are consistent but they have Terms that protect political leaders speech. I would imagine this is so the opposition don't constantly flag their posts.

    I have to agree with you on the corporate platform thing. Seems very strange for a leader to use it the way he has.
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  • Deavmi 1 month ago
    Ayatollah gets a pass though 😅🤣🤣
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  • Deavmi 1 month ago
    Ayatollah gets a pass for actual incitement but Donald Trump gets banned for not excplicitly inciting violence.

    Idk people's definition of incitement is very shit these days
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  • Lnxw37 1 month ago
    > Ayatollah gets a pass for actual incitement but Donald Trump gets banned for not excplicitly inciting violence.

    Oh, Trump definitely didn't incite it. If anything, he instructed them to protest peacefully.

    But the big socnets were already tired of him (and his posts have violated their policies for years). Probably lots of other pollies' posts are also violations.
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