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Is there a code hosting service in Europe or any place of the world that cubans can use?
Hypothetically something to bypass censorship might just point you to a README on a repo for installation details.
If you only block doing business with Russia, then middlemen in other countries will just have to be go-betweens making a politically inflammatory action (blocking a world power) that wasn't actually effective beyond being offensive.
Blocking Crimea is a symbolic but also mostly ineffective practice done to make a statement. Making that statement about the entire country wouldn't be prudent.
> Restricting US companies from doing any business with Russia hurts the US economy too much.
If not, can/should someone post here?
EDIT: It's one thing to accidentally be violating an embargo, it's another thing entirely to suggest ways to bypass it on your company site.
The law can be stupid, but it's rarely as stupid as the people suggesting simple hacks around it think it is.