Google Faces Another Fine in Russia for Personal Data Storage Violation

In the ongoing legal battle between Russian authorities and Google, the Magistrate Court of the Tagansky District in Moscow has imposed a fine of 15 million rubles on the tech giant, reports.

The penalty is a consequence of Google’s repeated refusal to store the personal data of Russian users within the country’s borders.

This latest decision adds to a string of financial sanctions levied against Google, marking the third instance of fines under the same article. The fines in August 2021 and June 2022 preceded this recent ruling, indicating a persistent issue between the technology corporation and Russian authorities.



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