Parler is thrilled to release the Tech Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights.

Written by on 06/15/2020

Leading social platform unveils framework to get back to a free Internet as part of #Twexit campaign

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – Parler, the People driven social platform, today released a plan to return to the original vision of the internet. The document is laid out in two parts: A Declaration of Independence and a Bill of Rights. The Declaration lays out the grievances with the censorship and data abuses of Big Tech Companies while the Bill of Rights states the free and permissionless nature the internet must be allowed to enjoy for it to thrive.

From the Bill of Rights:

The Internet was created to be a place of endless promise, made possible by ethics, enlightened self- interest, and the commonweal, not through compulsion, coercion, or force. There was to be no central authority but instead, a melting pot of sovereign people brought together through permissionless volunteerism. It was a place of true equal, unfettered access, devoid of any censor or censorship where all were welcome and respected regardless of race, gender, philosophy, ideology, station of birth, or socioeconomic status. It was to be a place of true equality where identity provides no privilege.

To read the entire document, click here:

A Declaration of Internet Independence | Parler When in the Course of technological development, it becomes necessary for free people to reject the Terms of Service which have connected them with a platform, and to take back their Constitutional and Human rights, our great American traditions call on us to declare the causes which impel the

“Technofascism has driven us to the verge of losing the tremendous, inspirational promise the Internet once gave us,” said Parler Strategic Investor Jeffrey Wernick. “We must reject the Tech Tyrants and their perverse authoritarian assault and compulsion toward centralized authority and return to the free, permissionless Internet envisioned by its creators. The internet must act as a true public square where all voices and perspectives are heard and respected. It’s time to exercise our rights and Twexit.”

The Twexit movement was launched on May 28, 2020 and encourages disaffected Twitter users to vote with the feet and leave the private publisher’s platform. The hashtag #twexit has been used over 1 million times. Parler was founded in 2018 and has over 1 million users. The platform is committed to free speech, does not mine or sell user data, and does not censor content based on politics or ideology. Parler continues to stand with the People and against Technofascism.

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