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Sandvine demands that the National Traffic Exchange Center (NTEC) in Belarus refrain from choking the internet to prevent the free flow of information to Belarusians

“We applaud the State Department’s announcement that the United States no longer considers Alexsandr Lukashenko the legitimately elected leader of Belarus. We also repeat our demand that the National Traffic Exchange Center (NTEC) in Belarus return our equipment and refrain from choking the internet to prevent the free flow of information to Belarusians.

We licensed our technology to NTEC so that the internet could operate securely, openly and free of malware and other types of malicious sites... We will continue to work diligently through all means available to us to secure the return of our equipment."

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