Intel developer forum to connect with Russian law compliance




Intel has its developer platform in Russia closed to comply with Russian law. According to the company, the changes do not affect the English-language developer forum. Victims are redirected to other sites, allowing them to remain active.

Intel logo The company itself with information about the conclusion of the developer platform come out. The new legislation gives the Russian government the ability to hand out fines to companies that violate media laws. Thus, more control should be enforced on online content, so writes ZDnet.

Forum posts, blogs and Russian-language responses are blocked. The changes are in accordance with Intel not applicable to the English-language developer platform. Users would there still be articles, blogs and post comments. Other visitors are routed through a third party. It concerns Habrhabr, a Russian community site related to tech.

An anonymous source leaves to TechCrunch that the developer blogs Intel among the most popular of their kind belong. In December GitHub is already blocked in Russia. GitHub then has certain prohibited content censored to ensure the survival of the platform in Russia.


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