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Lack of content filtering, fine of 154 million rupees inflicted on Google in Russia

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Lack of content filtering, fine of 154 million rupees inflicted on Google in Russia

Lack of content filtering, fine of 154 million rupees inflicted on Google in Russia

The Russian communications controller Roskomnadzor imposed a fine of 700,000 rubles on Google, about 154 million rubles.

According to Reuters, the technology giant has failed to meet the legal requirements for filtering search results supposed to display illegal information.

Russia's request that Google censor its search results is not the first time.

In November 2018, Google was fined US $ 7,500, or about Rs 105 million, for failing to meet demand for content sensors.

In the last five years, Russia has tightened the censorship rules for content posted on the Internet. According to Rozkomnadzor, companies in the technology sector must remove content from the search results, which is called potentially save the personal data of users on the company's server.

Rozkomnadzor forbids technology companies to post topics related to pornography, children, narcotics, and suicide because they are accused of censorship by the state.

Quoting the Moscow Times, until February 2019, a Google employee said he had so far complied with the requirements proposed by Russia.

Google has removed about 70% of sites from search results on the blacklist. Unlike Google, Twitter and Facebook reportedly refused requests to comply with local data storage laws. Both social media services refused to censor the content at the request of Rozkomnadzor.
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