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Apple will welcome Parler, the Twitter alternative favored by conservatives, back on its app store


Apple CEO Tim Cook appears to take jab at Facebook, saying App Store would be better with 'more social networks'


Former Parler CEO John Matze launched a GoFundMe page to crowdfund his legal fees



Parler allegedly warned the FBI of 'specific threats of violence' more than 50 times ahead of the Capitol riot


Dan Bongino runs one of the top US Facebook pages, but says its execs never speak to him and 'do everything they can to get in my way'


Trump may partner with an obscure social media app 'built on the power of positivity' to launch his own network



Former Parler CEO John Matze has sued the social-media site and conservative megadonor Rebekah Mercer, accusing them of wrongly ousting him and taking his 40% stake


Parler tried to get back on the App Store last month, but Apple rejected its application, citing Nazi symbols and hate speech from users


MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell reveals his new social-media site, called 'Vocl,' will be a cross between Twitter and YouTube


Parler claims it was valued at $1 billion before its web host Amazon brought it offline


Koo, the 'free expression' social media app, is the Indian government's latest weapon in its standoff with Twitter


The CEO of far-right social media site Gab said it was under attack from 'demon hackers.' The hacker threatened to leak passwords and private messages from 15,000 users.



Parler's new web host SkySilk says it 'may disagree' with some posts on the social-media site, but that it wants to protect free speech


Parler, a preferred social-media platform for the far-right, is back online with Mark Meckler as interim CEO


Congress is investigating reports that Trump representatives held discussions with Parler about him taking a 40% ownership stake in the app


In court documents about the pro-Trump riots at the Capitol, Facebook is cited far more than any other social network



Ex-Parler CEO said he didn't want the platform to work with Trump because the president might have 'bullied' employees into doing what he wanted


Parler offered Trump's company 40% ownership of the app to make it his go-to social media platform


Dominion's lawyers demand Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Parler preserve posts by Trump and other far-right figures, ahead of threatened defamation lawsuits


Parler's former CEO says he was fired for wanting to moderate right-wing extremism on the platform