Parler CEO: Twitter alternative offers platform for ‘realistic discussion’
Parler CEO John Matze on offering a Twitter app alternative which allows users to express free speech and engage in discussions without censorship.
Some users have become frustrated with the most mainstream social media sites, like Facebook and Twitter, over alleged conservative censorship, data security issues and other concerns.
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They're creating accounts on sites like Gab, 4chan and the newly minted Parler — however, it's unclear whether these companies will ever take significant market share away from today's social media giants.
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Some sites, like 4chan, have reputations as gathering places for extremists since the site is loath to censor offensive posts.
Meanwhile, sites like Parler are marketing to conservatives who think that companies like Twitter and Facebook are censoring right-of-center viewpoints.