Upping sanctions & security

Find out the companies boycotting Russia & why Twitter launched a Tor site. Plus, fantastic SSL deals.
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We hope you're taking care during these uncertain times. On the blog this month, we talked a little about the business and tech impact of Russia's illegal and unjustified invasion of Ukraine, first addressing the growing number of global companies suspending and limiting service in Russia. We then discuss how Twitter's finally launching a Tor version of its site and why that's a good thing. As always, scroll to the end for a great SSL deal you won't find anywhere else.

More and more companies suspend service in Russia

International companies have been making an effort to pressure Russian leaders economically since the war began. Find out which companies, as well as the historical impact of economic boycotts and sanctions.

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Twitter launches privacy-protected site on Tor

Twitter now has an official Tor site, which is welcome news for security advocates everywhere. Learn more about Tor and Twitter's new onion site.

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This newsletter issue was written and researched by Cora Quigley.

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