Parler is a non-biased free speech social media focused on protecting user’s rights. Read News and Speak Free.
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What is Parler?
Parler is a non-biased free speech driven entity. The goal of Parler is to supply the infrastructure for the next generation of social media where content creators are supported for participating. Parler aims to empower users to control their social experience. Users can be responsible to engage content as they see fit. We are not regulators. We are not governors. We are a community. Parler accepts your right to express your thoughts, opinions and ideals online. Just like in society, Parler interactions are subject to guidelines; and when you respect them, you are free to participate wholly.
Founded in 2018 and based in Henderson, Nevada, Parler, pronounced [par-lay], is a French verb that means ‘to speak’. After being exhausted with a lack of transparency in big tech, ideological censorship and privacy abuse, our co-founders John and Jared decided to create an alternative solution.
Parler provides a Commenting and Social News platform for digital publishers, influencers, bloggers, writers, politicians and social users to share news, opinions and content in real time. Additionally, we provide enterprise tools to enhance online blogs, media and websites with direct social integrations and monetization capabilities.
The goal is to offer the world a tool where everyone can be their own media outlet, filter their own content, and the established influencers and digital publishers can enhance their own brands and communities.
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Lists containing Parlerxenmaster's free speech catalog • My Apps • Social Media and Mails
Recent user activities on Parler
- robc added Parler as alternative(s) to Sendie.com
- g0 added Parler as alternative(s) to Upvoto
- braky added Microblogging as a feature to Parler
It's a free social media platform without censorship
While Twitter stands for censorship of inconvenient opinions, Parler stands for freedom of speech.
[Edited by james0707007, January 12]
It needs phone number for registration (exactly identifies you). Searching and looking into content from the outside (without registrating & logging in) is cumbersome. That's how it's different from e.g. Twitter or Gab, that are open systems. Parler is like a closed box, a data-collecting trap: you go in and disappear from the outside world.
Not really "free speech", it just censors people in a different way (I cont expect to find true free speech on the clear-net tho, so I give that a pass). Also, not a fan of giving out my phone number to sign up for stuff.
Easy to use, respectful discourse, many great middle of the road people and global leaders. easy to block extremist trouble makers
Is a platform for extremists cultivating hate and violence
Similar functionality to any other social platform. This seems to be THE new place for conservative voices, which is A-ok by me. I understand why people would be pushed away from the cesspool that is twitter. Only thing I don't like is you must tie your account to your cell phone. which seems kind of invasive to me, being someone who strives to maintain my own autonomy from such systems.