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Rejoinder from International Campaign for the Rohingya and Burma Campaign UK to Cloudflare's response

... Cloudflare protects and shields the websites of the security forces that are attacking, injuring, and killing young people peacefully protesting on the streets of Myanmar.

... Cloudflare should not be providing services for the Burmese military or for military-controlled companies. It is very telling that, according to Cloudflare's statement to BHRRC, Cloudflare only dropped army chief Min Aung Hlaing as a client when the company felt legally obliged to do so. No company which has a client such as the Myanmar military, which is holding coups and is complicit in genocide, can claim to have any kind of credible human rights or social responsibility policies.”

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