On August 17, the Tagansky District Court, Moscow, issued 5 fines against Google totaling up to $ 190,000 for not removing prohibited content including pornographic material or posting content deemed extremist.
A court in Moscow, Russia, on August 17 fined Google technology corporation (USA) for not removing content banned in Russia.
In recent months, Russia has taken legal action against foreign tech companies for failing to remove prohibited content, including pornographic material, or to post content deemed extremist or promoting the use of internet. drugs and suicide.
On August 17, the Tagansky District Court, Moscow issued 5 fines against Google totaling up to 14 million rubles ($190,000) for the above violation.
Previously, at the end of May 2021, Google was fined 6 million rubles and fined 3 million rubles in December 2020 for similar violations.
In July 2021, the Tagansky district court ruled that Google violated Russia’s law on the location of data in Russia and fined the company 3 million rubles. This is the first time Google has been fined for violating a law passed in 2014 that requires personal data of Russian users to be stored inside Russia.
Recently foreign social networks were also fined in Russia for not complying with regulations. In it, Facebook was fined for not removing illegal content in Russia, while Twitter had its transmission speed reduced.
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