The parlor, identified as an alternative to Facebook and Twitter, was removed from major tech platforms in early January following violence in the US capital on 6 January.
Apple has approved the return of the social media app parlor to the iOS App Store. This step is being taken after some reforms by the company to better detect and deal with the content which is hateful. According to a letter sent to Congress by the iPhone maker, Apple, since the app was removed from Apple’s platform in January for violating its policies, parlors have now shifted their app and app content moderation practice Has proposed an update to.
In a report released on Monday, CNN said that according to the letter, on April 14, Apple’s app review team has told the parlor that its proposed changes are sufficient. Apple’s letter states, “Apple anticipates that the updated parlor app will be available immediately upon release of the parlor.”
The report stated that parlors, identified as an alternative to Facebook and Twitter, were removed from major technology platforms in early January following violence in the US capital on 6 January. The parlor was also removed from the Apple and Google app stores as well as Amazon Web Services.
Let us know that after the political events during the recent elections in America, the leading social media forums like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram had deleted the account of former US President Donald Trump. After this, Trump’s supporters were gathering at the parlor. It was also liked by conservative leaders.
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