Russia Fines Google For Not Deleting Banned Content


FILE PHOTO: Google app is seen on a smartphone in this illustration
FILE PHOTO: Google app is seen on a smartphone in this illustration taken, July 13, 2021. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration







 


A Moscow court on Tuesday fined Alphabet Inc’s Google 4 million roubles ($54,444) for violating Russian rules on banned content.

The penalty comes amid a wider stand-off between Russia and so-called Big Tech, with Moscow routinely fining social media giants for failing to remove banned content and seeking to compel foreign technology companies to open offices and data centres in Russia.

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