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Hi everyone, I'm trying to find any official news/statements dropbox accessibility from Russia, maybe you can share some links
On Feb 24, 2022, at 4:00 am, Russia started a war with Ukraine to take over a sovereign European country. On 28 Feb: 352 civilians died (16 kids) and 2040 are injured (45 kids). Ukraine needs military assistance, as its armed forces are much smaller than those of the Russian Federation. Unfortunately, the EU countries and NATO are afraid to help armed participation in the war, fearing Putin's threat to launch nuclear weapons. The international community, including the EU countries and the United States, is working to strengthen sanctions against Russia.
We ask Dropbox to join the sanctions against the global aggressor and restrict access for all users from Russia. Since this service is popular with Russians and is used to store and transfer information related to the unleashed world war and propaganda content files, as well as individuals and companies from Russia involved in the outbreak of war or participating in it.
Since the start of the war, all Russian banks are under sanctions, therefore, it is also necessary to delete all accounts that are paid with cards of Russian banks.
These measures may limit the activities of peaceful professionals from Russia. But now, when their colleagues and friends from Ukraine are being killed by the Russian military, we ask you to support global sanctions against Russian aggression that began in Ukraine.
War is aggression, destruction, and selfishness!
War is fear, poverty, and despair!
Information about imminent sanctions against Russian users slipped through the news resources. What specific sanctions will be applied to users on the territory of the Russian Federation and when? On the site, in the section on restricting access to DropBox from Crimea in 2014, it is said only about paid subscriptions. What will happen to the free Basik subscription for ordinary people outside of business and politics?
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