Social media platform Parler, which types itself as a “free speech-driven” house, will get funding from hedge-fund investor Robert Mercer and his daughter and conservative activist Rebekah, the Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday. US right-wing social media customers have flocked to Parler, messaging app Telegram, and hands-off social website Gab, citing the extra aggressive policing of political feedback on mainstream platforms comparable to Twitter and Facebook.
Parler Chief Executive Officer John Matze, who describes himself as libertarian, has stated he based the firm in 2018 as a bipartisan platform however has doubled down on advertising to conservatives as they took to the website. Those who have joined embrace commentator Candace Owens, President Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani, and right-wing activist Laura Loomer, who handcuffed herself to the door of Twitter’s New York workplace in November 2018 to protest a ban on her by the website.
“John and I started Parler to provide a neutral platform for free speech, as our founders intended, and also to create a social media environment that would protect data privacy,” Rebekah stated in a publish on Parler. “The ever-increasing tyranny and hubris of our tech overlords demands that someone lead the fight against data mining, and for the protection of free speech online,” she added
The firm’s person base greater than doubled to 10 million in below every week, making it tough for its roughly 30-person employees to maintain up with the new sign-ups, in keeping with the Wall Street Journal.
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