Parler reveals strange things it bans as people suspended from Twitter head to rival app - 2020-07-01

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F125.png Parler reveals strange things it bans as people suspended from Twitter head to rival app July 1, 2020, Adam Smith, The Independent

The CEO of Parler, an alternative Twitter app that has gained popularity with right-wing politicians and users, has given some strange instructions to the users on its site.

In a post, John Matze said that users had been banned for violating Parler's rules. These include a number of bizarre requests such as asking users not to post pictures of "fecal [sic] matter" in the comments of someone they disagree with, and requesting users do not to use obscene names.

Matze also asks that people do not post pornography – which is banned on the social media site – or to constantly spam "F*** you" in Parler's comments section, which the CEO describes as "unrelated comments".

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{{cite news | first = Adam | last = Smith | title = Parler reveals strange things it bans as people suspended from Twitter head to rival app | url = https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/parler-app-rules-ban-social-media-twitter-ceo-a9595606.html | work = The Independent | date = July 1, 2020 | accessdate = July 2, 2020 }}