Parler Appears To Be Hosted By A Company Called SkySilk…. Hmmmm…..

Yesterday, Parler rose from the dead and stumbled back on line. Though they have a bunch of other issues that keep them from being fully functional. At the time I said that a company called CloudRoute was hosting them. But based on this tweet, that appears not to be correct:

Prior to today, I had never heard of this company. But I think that SkySilk will get a lot of attention now. And not all of it positive for SkySilk.

SkySilk’s acceptable use policy suggests Parler might not get a free ride from SkySilk based on this verbiage:

“customers or End Users engaged in the dissemination of material that may cause us to be subject to attacks on our network, or that while technically legal, run counter to our corporate principles.”

Though whether SkySilk will enforce this remains to be seen based on this:

“We do not review, edit, censor, or take responsibility for any information customers or End Users may create.”

Thus this makes this situation interesting to watch because I suspect that it will not take long for their acceptable use policy to come into play given Parler’s previous track record.

Time to sit back and watch the fireworks.

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