Banned from Apple, Google and AWS, Parler launches its own Cloud against Cancel Culture


Parler, the controversial far-right social network banned by AWS, Apple and Google, has decided to go to war against the Cancel Culture and become itself a provider of cloud services and web hosting for all platforms rejected by Internet…

In 2021, the social network Parler was causing controversy for its role in the Jan. 6 storming of the Capitol by Trump supporters. The application had been Banned from Apple App Store and Play Store from Google, before being also denied by the Amazon Web Services cloud.

Nevertheless, Talking had not said its last word. Following its return in February 2021, the social network comes to acquire Dynascale Inc. : a web hosting and cloud storage service based in Irvine, California.

From now on renowned Parliament Technologiesthe platform aims to become the cloud provider for all applications shunned from the internet because of their conservative views.

According to CEO George Farmer, “ we let’s enter a new era as Parliament Technologies, going far beyond the limits of a social media platform dedicated to free speech. We are convinced that Parliament Technologies will power the future. And the future is uncancellable “.

An explicit spade thrown at the “cancel culture” or culture of cancellation : a practice of American origin consisting in publicly denouncing the groups or individuals responsible for acts perceived as inadmissible with a view to ostracizing them.

Along with this shift, Parler announces having raised 16 million Series B dollars for a total of $56 million so far. This sum notably enabled the acquisition of Dynascale and more than 4,600 square meters of space for its servers.

L’former president of Dynascale IncIgor Shalkevich, will now have the role of executive within the company and claims to be “ very honored to serve as an anchor to build what will become a comprehensive ecosystem to secure enterprise infrastructure and help amplify free expression platforms “.

Parler acquires Dynascale to fight Cancel Culture

Since its inception, Parler has distinguished itself from other social networks by very lax moderation allowing complete freedom of expression. However, this platform was used by the American insurgents to coordinate the invasion of the Capitol organized on January 6, 2021.

Following this event, Apple and Google banned the app of their stores and Amazon Web Services refused to continue hosting it on its cloud.

The social network has returns a few months later, thanks in particular to funding from curator Rebekah Mercer. The app was also admitted to the Google Play Store again at the beginning of September 2022.

ofother conservative platforms have undergone the same treatment as Parler over the past few months. For instance, Kiwi Farms social network derivative of 4chan was returned by several web hosts before ending up on VanwaTech.

the Neo-Nazi Daily Stormer website was banned from Google and GoDaddy following the Charlottesville white supremacist rally in 2017. Similarly, the conspiracy theorist Alex Jones was rejected from multiple major platforms such as Facebook and YouTube.

The goal of Parlement Technologies is to become cloud service and hosting provider for all internet pariahsall platforms and personalities rejected from the web using Dynascale’s existing infrastructure…



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