Slack will suspend accounts in Crimea

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Slack complies with US Department of Commerce sanctions and as such currently prohibits unauthorized use in Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, and the region of Crimea.

Users who travel to a sanctioned country may not be able to access Slack while they remain in that country. Slack said it will suspend user accounts, but once they return to a non-sanctioned market, full access will be restored.

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