The digital blockade of Russia continues

Against the backdrop of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, more and more technology companies support sanctions and leave the Russian market. 

American company MongoDB Inc. ceased operations in Russia. The company will not sell software for its flagship product, a database management system that does not require MongoDB table schema definitions.

Cloud PaaS platform Heroku no longer registers users from Russia.

Capcom has withdrawn all of its games from sales on Russian Steam without warning.

1Password - new accounts from Russia are not registered. It is impossible to pay or renew a subscription for current users from Russia.

Soda PDF does not serve customers from Russia. Soda PDF are applications that are used to open, view, create, convert, edit, protect and share Portable Document Format files.

Strava , the social network for athletes, is no longer active in Russia and Belarus.

Bungie has suspended sales of Destiny 2 in Russia and Belarus.

Ansys Inc. discontinued technical support for the software without explanation.

Studio Rovio , which created the Angry Birds franchise, announced the suspension of its activities in Russia and Belarus.

Due to US and European sanctions against tech companies, Yandex's current satellite maps could be the last. Now, even satellite maps of Russia, Yandex buys from foreign suppliers: Ikonos, QuickBird, WorldView2, IRS, Landsat and TerraColor.

The Japanese corporation Toshiba suspends the acceptance of new orders and investments in Russia.

The largest Swiss bank UBS sends letters to Russian clients that it is no longer managing their money due to sanctions. 

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