Parler is receiving services from a Russian-based technology firm as the social media platform gears up to relaunch after being pulled from Amazon Web Services, the Russian company confirmed Tuesday.
Parler reappeared online Sunday with a message from CEO John Matze telling users its return “is inevitable,” about a week after Amazon pulled it over concerns the platform could not adequately moderate potentially incendiary content.
Russian-based firm DDoS-Guard said in a statement to The Hill it started servicing Parler on Sunday night.
The firm said Parler is not using DDoS-Guard as a hosting site, but did not detail what services it is providing the platform.
Reuters first reported Monday that the Russian company was providing services to Parler. The company provides a multitude of services, including protection from distributed denial of service attacks, infrastructure expert Ronald Guilmette told the newswire.
DDoS-Guard is headquartered in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, and has a representative office in Edinburgh, Scotland, according to the company statement.
DDoS-Guard said that “at this time” Parler does not violate its policies and it has “no plans to hinder customer service experience until customers violate the law of countries of their legal residence.”
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