Parler comes back online one month after going dark

“Speak freely and express yourself openly, without fear of being ‘deplatformed’ for your views,” Parler’s homepage read. Content from before Parler vanished no longer seems to be available. In its first post on the platform Monday, Parler’s own account welcomed users back and said: “We will not be canceled,” followed by an emoji of a flexing bicep. The website’s return marks the reopening of the social network after revelations that some of the US Capitol rioters had organized on Parler prompted major tech platforms to cease doing business with the company.

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