The social media platform Parler was forced offline last month after refusing to remove posts about Jan. 6 that allegedly incited violence, but it just announced that it’s ready to re-launch next week.

The Amazon-hosted platform was booted off the service and was removed from the Google Play and Apple app stores on Jan. 11. John Matze, the former CEO, was fired just a few weeks after on Jan. 29. A reason for his termination wasn’t released.

Parler sent an email out announcing its new interim CEO, Mark Meckler of the Tea Party Patriots movement, and that previous users would be able to use the platform starting this week. Those who want to hop on the platform will be able to sign up next week, NBC News announced.

Over 20 million users were using the site before the shutdown.

Some social media users are concerned with the re-launch.

With the re-launch comes new community guidelines to ensure it won’t be taken offline again. Posts will be monitored between technology and human review.

“Due to the particular risk posed by content that threatens or incites violence, and to the sensitive nature of NSFW content, Parler uses a privacy-preserving process involving both algorithmic filters and human review to address this content. Should any threatening or inciting content be detected, it will be removed, and violation points assigned, with an opportunity for appeal via our Parler Jury,” Parler stated.

The site’s new WebHost is SkySilk, which is a Web infrastructure company that’s located outside of Los Angeles, NPR reported.

"SkySilk is well aware that Parler has received an aggressive response from those who believe their platform has been used as a safe haven for some bad actors," Kevin Matossian, the chief executive said in a statement.

"Let me be clear, Skysilk does not advocate nor condone hate, rather, it advocates the right to private judgment and rejects the role of being the judge, jury, and executioner,” he continued.

It’s also unknown if Parler will be back in Google Play and Apple app stores.

Conservative-friendly social network Parler announced it was relaunching
Conservative-friendly social network Parler announced it was relaunching AFP / Olivier DOULIERY