After being removed from the Apple App Store in January as part of a big tech cancellation campaign, Parler is back.

Apple allowed the app to come back to their platform after Parler made improvements to better detect and purge “hate speech and incitement,” according to CNN.

Rep. Ken Buck announced Parler’s move in tweet, “On March 31, @SenMikeLee and I sent a letter demanding answers about why Apple removed Parler from the App Store.  Today, we received a response: Parler will be reinstated on the App Store. Huge win for free speech.”

Sen. Mike Lee also broke the news on Twitter, saying “Apple has responded to my letter with Rep. KenBuck, and now Parler is back in the App Store. Conservative speech must not be silenced.”

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