TeamViewer left Russia and Belarus – the remote access service has already stopped working in these countries
Thursday, 05 May, 2022, 23:48
TeamViewer, best known for its applications for remote access to computers, has announced its withdrawal from Russia and Belarus. The company’s service has already become unavailable to many users from these countries.
In an official statement on the company’s website, it says that it has decided to “completely stop any business activity in Russia and Belarus“. The company stated that it will immediately stop entering into new contracts, and will not renew current agreements with customers from Russia or Belarus.
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