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Google fined nearly 100m dollars in Russia over undeleted content

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A Russian court has fined Google a total of 7.2 billion roubles (98 million dollars) for allegedly refusing to delete “forbidden content.” According to the court ruling cited by news agency Interfax on Friday, the amount of the fine was based for the first time on the company’s annual turnover in Russia. The US internet giant said it wanted to study the ruling in detail before discussing further steps. Google has already been fined several times in Russia, as have Facebook, Twitter and TikTok. Russian authorities have been targeting social networks especially since the mass protests at the beg…

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