According to members of Congress who opposed the removal of the controversial service in January, Apple will allow social media app parlors to return to the iPhone App Store.
Apple had the same issues as Amazon Web Services, but stated that it was only suspending Parler, not permanently banning it, and if Parler added restraint and removed the violent content, the situation would be “OK.” ” Might be possible. (Apple stated in its letter that more than 30,000 apps were removed in 2020 for objectionable user-generated content issues.) Google also removed Parler from its Google Play store.
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An Apple review committee has approved the changes to Parlar, saying it will approve an updated version of the site.
Apple’s senior director for government affairs Timothy Powder wrote, “Apple anticipates that the updated Parler app will be available on Parler soon after its release.” .
Apple CEO Tim Cook presided over the move, including an interview with Cara Swisher in his podcast. Sway.
“You cannot incite violence or incite people to violence. You cannot allow hate speech and its aftermath. And they were not able to move from moderating. But we gave them a chance to fix it. And they were unable to do so or did not do so. And so we had to pull them. Now, that being said… I hope they come back. Because we work hard to get people to the store, not to keep people away from the store. And so, I am hoping that they are in the connectivity that is required to be at the store and come back, because I think having more social networks is better than being less. “
On March 31, @SenMikeLee And I sent a letter asking for answers about why Apple removed Parler from the App Store.
Ler today, we got a response: The parlor will be restored on the App Store. Huge victory for free speech. pic.twitter.com/FQBDSSSFGk
– Congressman Ken Buck (@RepKenBuck) 19 April 2021