If it's not on paper, it's not legal.
Or you have to pay extra when you use a credit card.
This would be in violation of their contract with Visa, and they can be reported by the customer after which Visa will come down on them.
...but in smaller shops you often can't use them here.
That's because of the fees Visa (and Mastercard and American Express) charges them.
Even if Kaspersky doesn't want to do anything bad, I can't imagine that Russian intelligence doesn't have someone on the inside. Just as I can't imaging the CIA or NSA doesn't have someone inside MS and Google.
Hahaha, you're so naive...
Why would the CIA *and* NSA not have 'someone' inside Kaspersky?
...the defender of liberty and freedom, a bastion of democracy...
That's only the narrative.
Unfortunately, and without any exception, all American 'struggles' to 'bring freedom and democracy', have resulted in the total devastation, and immeasurable suffering by the people, of the countries 'liberated' from their 'cruel dictator' this way.
You must be joking. It hasn't 'changed'... it never was.
The Soviet Union was an evil empire. It was a legitimate superpower. Their Communist philosophy told them to conquer the whole world.
And who asks the question *why Russia turned communistic?
(Let me do it
You can be replaced by this computer.