The social media app Parler has received funding support from conservative hedge fund investor Robert Mercer and his daughter Rebekah, according to the Wall Street Journal. The app is seen as an alternative to Twitter and Facebook, with a strong emphasis on “opinion neutrality,” with nearly 1 million new app downloads in just a few days after the U.S. presidential election, leaping to the top of app store and play store app stores. < / P > < p > during the U.S. presidential election, twitter and Facebook blocked activities against former Vice President Joe Biden, including “stop the steal”, which made Parler the main venue for many conservative activities. Several Facebook and twitter fans are encouraged to give up the attention of several conservative people on social media. < p > < p > according to the Wall Street Journal, mercers, known for providing financial support to conservative causes and organizations, including Cambridge analytica, has never previously revealed a connection with Parler. In “parley,” released on Saturday, a user with the Rebekah Mercer handle and a yellow “verified” badge, said that she and “John” (apparently a reference to Parler’s CEO John Matze) had started Parler as a neutral platform, as our founders had hoped. < / P > < p > the Nevada based company said on its website, “this is a solution to the problems that have surfaced in recent years as a result of major technological policy changes due to the influence of various special interest groups.” As the Wall Street Journal points out, Parler does not use the content recommendation algorithms used by other social platforms, but an algorithm that determines what the user sees based on the user’s behavior. Instead, Parler shows users all the posts they follow from other users. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure