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Explainer: How to Work Around App Store Censorship on Mobile Devices

Following the removal of alternative social media sites such as Parler and Gab from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, many have been left thinking they unable to access these platforms on their mobile devices. Here is how to easily access them whether you use an iPhone and Android device.

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Social Media Exodus: Prominent Conservatives Abandon Twitter

Greg Gutfeld joined Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, and Lou Dobbs in leaving Twitter on Saturday. Gutfeld made his exit by announcing his “last tweet,” in which he slammed the handful of big tech companies that have “joined hands” in purging conservatives and removing their competition.

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Mozilla Chairwoman: ‘We Need More Than Deplatforming’

On Friday, the Mozilla Foundation, the non-profit organization behind the Firefox web browser, shared a list of additional actions intended to alter the “dangerous dynamics” of the internet, claiming that “the temporary silencing or permanent removal of bad actors from social media platforms” is not enough.

This illustration picture shows social media application logo from Parler displayed on a smartphone with its website in the background in Arlington, Virginia on July 2, 2020. - Amid rising turmoil in social media, recently formed social network Parler is gaining with prominent political conservatives who claim their voices are …

Apple Joins Google in Blacklisting Parler

Apple has removed social media platform Parler from its App Store, claiming that the platform has not adequately implemented moderation policies that crack down on free speech. Google banned Parler from its Android app store on Friday.

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Parler Tops App Store Charts for First Time

The social media platform Parler topped Apple’s app store for the first time over the weekend and was installed more than 310,000 times over the past week. Parler’s surge comes at the Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe have ramped up their censorship of discussion about the election.

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