The Parler app shakes the structures of Twitter . Although it was created in 2018, it finally seems to be ready to receive consumers unhappy with the bird's network. It promises "greater freedom of expression" by not censoring offensive comments, which caused a massive exodus that some called "Twexit" , under the motto that defends the rights of users.\r\n\r\nParler tries to absorb the largest number of people who, being penalized by Twitter, want to express themselves freely. It is a double-edged sword since, being a virtual space where there is no regulation whatsoever, it can be used for the illegal and improper use of the platform. This desire is quite ambitious if you consider that today your competition has several million dollar lawsuits open against you for the disclosure of inappropriate material.