Hosting in Russia is expensive and does not provide any advantages, such as dynamic routing that is crucial for world-wide app. Most developers use it to comply with Russian standards: you only need to store information about Russian users on Russian servers.
In addition, currently in Russia there are no good alternatives for reliable cloud neural network inference.
But I can’t understand the negative media about the application, based on the founder’s country of origin. I argue that this is discrimination because there is as yet no evidence of breach of confidentiality.
>Hosting in Russia is expensive and does not provide any advantages
Hosting in top .ru DCs like Selectel is vastly cheaper than on any AWS-likes. These are extremely different products though.
It’s beyond dispute.
The Russian government has breached confidentiality.
The country intervening in most foreign elections is the United States with 81 interventions, followed by Russia (including the former Soviet Union) with 36 interventions from 1946 to 2000—an average of once in every nine competitive elections 
Yes, definitely, again another thing beyond dispute. Not sure what the point is you're trying to make though.