Russia fines Google 4m roubles for failing to delete content, reports TASS

Russia fines Google 4m roubles for failing to delete content, reports TASS
Russia fines Google 4m roubles for failing to delete content, reports TASS

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Russia’s communications watchdog yesterday warned Google that Moscow could eventually slow down the company’s traffic in the country if it failed to delete prohibited content. — Reuters pic

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MOSCOW, May 25 — A Russian court today fined US technology giant Google 4 million roubles (RM225,849) over a failure to delete content Moscow deems illegal, the TASS news agency reported.

Russia’s communications watchdog yesterday warned Google that Moscow could eventually slow down the company’s traffic in the country if it failed to delete prohibited content.

Google Russia did not immediately respond to a request for comment. — Reuters

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