After being silenced for months by the major social media platforms, former President Donald Trump has launched a new platform to share his thoughts with his followers.
The "platform", called From the Desk of Donald J. Trump, is web-browser-based only, has no mobile app, and does not even allow comments, or posts to be embedded.
Trump's access to social media platforms that he used as a megaphone during his presidency has been largely cut off since the Capitol riot.
Twitter Inc and Facebook have both removed content posted from other accounts that they said tried to circumvent their bans on Trump.
A statement on Monday from the panel said the ruling would come at around 1300 GMT on Wednesday, to be followed by a news conference. It also allows leaders to interact with other public figures and engage in "foreign policy saber-rattling".
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"Facebook set the rules, are judge, jury and executioner and control their own appeals court and their own Supreme Court".
Both Facebook and Twitter have called for input on their rules after facing intense scrutiny over their handling of USA presidential election and the storming of the Capitol by pro-Trump supporters.
YouTube has said they will reactivate Mr Trump's account when the threat of "real-world violence" reduces.
"The impending decision by the Oversight Board, a less than one-year-old body that describes itself as an "experiment" in the regulation of online speech, could be the most consequential decision ever regarding free speech on social media, according to experts".