Atlassian will begin disconnecting accounts registered in Russia and Belarus from its services

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Summarize this content to 100 words Kommersant journalists reported that Atlassian, which develops Trello, Jira, Confluence and other tools for corporate users, will begin disconnecting accounts registered in Russia and Belarus from its services. Messages have already been sent to users.”Kommersant” received a copy of the mailing, which says that accounts from Russia and Belarus will be blocked by Atlassian 30 days after the notification. Journalists do not report which services will be restricted, but Atlassian owns Jira, Trello, Confluence, Bitbucket, Sourcetree, Bamboo, Crucible, Statuspage, Opsgenie and other services for organizing collaborative work.In March 2022, Atlassian stopped its business in Russia. After that, some users began to complain about their profiles being blocked. In October 2022, company representatives announced that they had completely closed down their activities in Russia.

Atlassian will begin disconnecting accounts registered in Russia and Belarus from its services

Kommersant journalists reported that Atlassian, which develops Trello, Jira, Confluence and other tools for corporate users, will begin disconnecting accounts registered in Russia and Belarus from its services. Messages have already been sent to users.

“Kommersant” received a copy of the mailing, which says that accounts from Russia and Belarus will be blocked by Atlassian 30 days after the notification. Journalists do not report which services will be restricted, but Atlassian owns Jira, Trello, Confluence, Bitbucket, Sourcetree, Bamboo, Crucible, Statuspage, Opsgenie and other services for organizing collaborative work.

In March 2022, Atlassian stopped its business in Russia. After that, some users began to complain about their profiles being blocked. In October 2022, company representatives announced that they had completely closed down their activities in Russia.

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