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Digital strike on Ukraine! Services like Gmail, Google, YouTube are jammed, citizens are suffering

New Delhi: The war situation between Russia and Ukraine is getting worse day by day. Many have lost their lives in this war so far. People in war-torn Ukraine have been facing all sorts of problems for the past week, from food to drink. But, even in this critical period of war, all the updates about Ukraine were getting people around the world through social media. Connectivity draws the world’s attention to every situation in war-torn Ukraine. But now with the digital strike on Ukraine, people are being told they can’t use Google services. Even before this, many cities in Ukraine were having problems with internet facilities. So Elon Musk, the founder of SpaceX, announced the launch of high-speed Internet in Ukraine through the Starlink service.

Ukrainian YouTube And can’t use Gmail: Google’s service has been shut down in Ukraine, according to information from a media house affiliated with the Russian government. According to reports, Google’s service in Ukraine has completely stopped. That said, people aren’t able to use Google’s email services like Gmail and YouTube. Russian media have claimed this, citing local media reports. US media boycotts Russia: Due to the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have blocked media related to Russia on their platforms.

Other companies like Apple have also stopped selling their products. Meta has taken steps to block access to Russian state-controlled media in Europe. Including RT and Sputnik. Ban on the sale of these Apple products: Apple has stopped selling iPhones, iPads, Macs, Apple Watch, etc. in Russia. Like Google, Apple has blocked both traffic and live events on the Apple Maps service in Ukraine. According to cybersecurity firm ESTE, a number of computers in Ukraine had previously been cyber-attacked by software. The data erasing program has been installed in hundreds of machines across the country, the company said in a statement posted on Twitter.

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