Google was threatened with a new fine in Russia of 4 million rubles. The reason was the refusal of the IT giant to remove the content banned in Russia.
Roskomnadzor warned Google that it could face a fine of 4 million rubles for refusing to remove content banned in Russia. This is stated in a statement by the World Court of Moscow.
We are talking about a new administrative protocol that Roskomnadzor drew up on Google. The American IT giant is charged with non-deletion of information if the obligation to delete it is provided for by Russian legislation. The punishment for legal entities for this offense provides for a fine from 800 thousand to 4 million rubles.
On Friday, the court received administrative material against Google. The court session is scheduled for September 29,
– Interfax was told in court.
It is worth noting that on the same day, the Tagansky Court of Moscow will consider two more protocols against Google for similar offenses. According to them, the IT giant faces a fine already in 12 million.
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