This park app was temporarily banned in January 2021 due to the Capitol riots and policy violations in the US. Now the company has allowed this app to return after some improvements.
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Tech giant Google has taken an important decision. In fact, the parlor app, which was banned due to the riots in the US capital a year ago, has been allowed to make a comeback. In fact, in January 2021, this app was temporarily banned due to the capital riots and violation of policies in the US.
Let us tell you that during the month of April this year, the company has made some improvements to detect and moderate hate speech. Sam Lipop, Chief Technology Officer of Parlor App, says that while away from Google Play, he has done a lot of work and has devised a new algorithm to achieve faster user experience.
Prepared on the lines of Facebook and Twitter
Actually, the parlor app was designed on the lines of Facebook and Twitter, where people have freedom of speech and they can express their views. The tech chief was fired after the US Capitol riots. It was decided to remove the parlor from the Amazon Web Service along with Apple and Google Play Store.
Get banned for going against the policy
There are some rules and guidelines for all the apps that come on the Google Play Store, if any app violates them, then Google removes them from the Play Store. It also sometimes includes recommendations from local governments. Sometimes Google also blocks data stealing apps.