Join the Community Jury!
Parler needs your help! As I am sure you are aware, we are experiencing a substantial influx of new people on our platform—and with that an increase in the amount of violation reports.
We need volunteers who are willing to help review reports for content such as spam, unsolicited ads, and various types of illegal activity. Help us keep this kind of content off our platform. If you are up to the challenge, and if you meet the requirements below and would like to help, please email email@example.com with your @member name and we will reach out to you.
We offer regular training sessions and will compensate you for your time.
1. Parler verification (Red Badge).
2. Active on Parler for at least 2 months.
3. iOS device (iPhone or iPad)
Hope to see you on the jury soon!
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What is the Parler Community Jury?
Every Parleyer can report violations of the TOS to the community jury system. We have already recruited, selected and trained nearly 200 Parleyers to serve as jurors.
The Community Jury’s Guiding Principle—“No user shall be stripped of his parleys or comments, nor shall he be suspended, banned, or deprived of his standing in any other way, except by the conscientious judgment of his equals.”—is adapted from the Magna Carta.
Jurors are asked to exercise their own individual judgment, removed of bias, guided by Parler’s Community Guidelines. We are currently seeing 91.3% “not guilty” verdicts, in accordance with Parler’s mission to be a true Town Square where free speech reigns.
Why have we chosen a jury system as our method of moderation? Thomas Jefferson said it best: “I consider trial by jury as the only anchor ever yet imagined by man, by which government can be held to the principles of its constitution.”