A ‘PG’ Version of Parler Returns to the iTunes App Store

The social media platform, popular with conservatives, was banned by Apple in January


Conservative darling social platform Parler returned to the iTunes App Store Monday, with a “PG” version of its application that treats potentially toxic content differently than its Android counterpart does.

Parler said in its iTunes App Store listing that the new version of its app had “enhanced threat and incitement reporting tools,” and chief policy officer Amy Peikoff explained to Kevin Randall of The Washington Post that iPhone users will not be able to see posts that its new artificial intelligence moderation system classify as “hate,” while that content will still be available to Android and web users after clicking through a prompt.

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