As Moscow continues to press international corporations to create offices in Russia and retain Russians’ personal data on its soil, a Russian court has ordered Google to pay yet another huge fine for violating the country’s restrictions on banned content.


On September 29, a magistrate court in Moscow’s Taganka district determined that Google must pay a total of 6.5 million rubles ($89,400) in two cases for failing to delete banned material.


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