WALL STREET JOURNAL - Dec 10 - Parler, Twitter's competitor founded in 2018, lately adding millions of users because it promises an open platform. Parler provides all community members with a welcoming, nonpartisan Public Square. Parler's mission is to create a social platform in the spirit of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. Parler will not decide what will content be removed or filtered, or whose account will be removed, on the basis of the opinion expressed within the content at issue. Parler's policies are, to use a well-known concept in First Amendment law, viewpoint-neutral. "Parler's got a porn problem: Adult businesses target pro-Trump social network," announces a headline in the Washington Post. The Post report suggests that Parler is softer on porn than Twitter. Parler, by contrast, outsources moderation to volunteers who judge potentially objectionable content after it has been flagged by other users.