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#StandWithUkraine

Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine on on February, 24 2022 violates International Law and is a breach of Geneva Convention.

We stand with Ukraine and its people in their fight for freedom and sovereignty. We condemn the brutal attacks on Ukraine civilians of the Russian Government. We are shaken by images and videos of innocent civilians getting bombed by russian military in their cities. People are dying, many must flee or hiding in shelters. At least over 3 million people have fled Ukraine in the first two weeks since Russia’s invasion, many more will follow.

Border crossing at Poland  – Информация для граждан Украины – Information for Ukrainians entering Poland

Border crossing at Slovenskej Republiky – Information for Ukrainians entering Slovak republic – Informácie pre občanov, ktorí sa nachádzajú na Ukrajine

Fragen und Antworten zur Einreise aus der Ukraine und zum Aufenthalt in Deutschland / Information for Ukrainians entering Germany / Запитання та відповіді щодо в’їзду з України й перебування в Німеччині

Twitter Launches Tor Onion Service Making Site Easier to Access in Russia

Twitter has joined other major sites and publications offering .onion services to help users circumvent censorship and surveillance – including their own service and other like

@Facebook, @BBC,@DeutscheWelle, @theintercept, @propublica, @RadioFreeAsia and many more.

The address for the Tor version of Twitter is https://twitter3e4tixl4xyajtrzo62zg5vztmjuricljdp2c5kshju4avyoid.onion.
Users will need to have the Tor Browser or another version of Tor installed to access the site.

Bypass the censorship in Russia

It could become easier for residents of Russia to continue using Twitter even if the service is blocked. On Tuesday, 8 March 2022, Twitter made available a version specifically for the Tor browser, which is designed for data protection. With Tor, users do not move around the general web, but in their own network with anonymised data.

However, Tor is also important for political activists or journalists. With a Tor version, Twitter evades a blockade, at least in the separate network. Some Internet providers in Russia are already blocking access to Tor. With others, however, the Tor service is still available.

The Russian government is trying to stop the spread of information on the war that deviates from the official government line. This includes a change in the law under which alleged misinformation about the Russian armed forces can be punished with heavy fines and up to 15 years in prison.

Protect yourself from tracking, surveillance and censorship with the Tor Browser. Surf the internet more anonymously.

You can download the Tor Browser free at: https://www.torproject.org/de/download/