First Apple and Google, through Android, kicked social media app Parler out of their app stores, which made the Twitter-like app unusable on mobile phones. Then Amazon deplatformed Parler by ending its web hosting services.
This left Parler scrambling to find a place where it could host its millions of users, many conservative, who have grown disillusioned with Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and others.
Epik put out a statement defending Parler, saying the company was treated unfairly, and noting that Parler is working on meeting the hosting terms.
This doesn’t get Parler back onto mobile devices, but it’s a start.