David Bombal Interview w/ Russian IT/hacker

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Badrod

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Youtuber, David Bombal, posted an interview with a Russian IT worker and part-time hacker on his channel. This interview was in response to an earlier interview David did with Occupy The Web.

It might interest some here who have been following Steve's ongoing coverage of the Ukraine War -- what's blocked by Roskomnadzor and what isn't etc.

(edit) Youtube channel, "David Bombal"
"I do read your comments. Interview: Another POV Russia Ukraine"

Moderator edit: Link to video on YouTube
 
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David Bombal posted an interview with a Russian IT worker and part-time hacker on his Youtube channel. (link below) This interview was in response to an earlier interview David did with Occupy The Web.

It might interest some here who have been following Steve's ongoing coverage of the Ukraine War -- what's blocked by Roskomnadzor and what isn't etc.

Interview link:

If you don't click on links, the video title is, "I do read your comments. Interview: Another POV Russia Ukraine"
"This video is unavailable"
 
@Badrod you didn't do anything wrong. By default, unless you work around it as I did, the site takes a known YouTube URL and converts it into an embedded video. Unfortunately the embeds don't work well for everyone who comes here. (I don't know why, maybe people are extra security conscious people and that's why ;-) )