Russia is tightening its grip on VPNs, but it’s not yet clear which ones will survive.

It’s unclear how the Russian government will define a “threat” to security, but it’s likely that any VPN provider that is critical of the government or that allows users to access banned websites will be considered a threat.

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It’s possible that some VPN providers will be willing to comply with the new rules in order to continue operating in Russia. However, this could lead to a situation where only a handful of VPN providers are allowed to operate in Russia, and these providers are subject to strict government oversight.

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