1. Cloudflare may have provided service to terrorists, drug traffickers in violation of US sanctions  CyberScoop
  2. Cloudflare says it may have violated US law ahead of IPO  Business Insider
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Internet services and cybersecurity provider Cloudflare has acknowledged it may have violated U.S. sanctions by doing business with terrorist groups and international drug traffickers, an admission that comes as the San Francisco company prepares to go public as soon as this week. Cloudflare voluntarily disclosed the possible economic and trade sanction violations to the U.S. Department of Treasury in its S-1 filing, amended to stipulate that Cloudflare technology was “used by, or for the benefit of, certain individuals or entities” named on the Office of Foreign Assets Control’s list of Specially Designated Nationals, as the Wall Street Journal first reported. The filing does not name specific parties, saying only that the group includes “entities identified in OFAC’s counter-terrorism and counter-narcotics trafficking sanctions programs, or affiliated with governments currently subject to comprehensive U.S. sanctions.” A small number of those entities also made payments to Cloudflare. The updated regulatory filing also notes […]

Cloudflare may have provided service to terrorists, drug traffickers in violation of U.S. sanctions - CyberScoop

Cloudflare is about to launch as a public company, and has quietly disclosed that it's been doing business with blacklisted entities.Cloudflare is about to launch as a public company, and has quietly disclosed that it's been doing business with blacklisted entities.

Cloudflare says it may have violated US law ahead of IPO - Business Insider