A Moscow court fined Google 5 million rubles for refusing to remove prohibited content rubles for refusing to remove prohibited content. This is reported by the official Telegram channel of Moscow courts of general jurisdiction.
It is clarified that the magistrate of the Tagansky district of Moscow found Google guilty of a violation under Article 13.41 of the Russian Code of Administrative Offenses (violation of the procedure for restricting access to information – approx. “Lenta.ru” ). “A punishment has been imposed in the form of an administrative fine in the amount of 5,000,000 rubles,” the message says.
As it became known to Lente.ru, Google was fined under one of three protocols. Two other protocols against the organization, drawn up for similar violations, will be considered on Tuesday, December 7.
Earlier, Roskomnadzor named the amount of fines for Meta, Google and TikTok in 2021 for refusing to restrict access to information prohibited in Russia … Google was fined 37.5 million rubles, Meta Platforms – 70 million rubles, and TikTok – 4.1 million rubles. According to RKN, Google paid only three fines worth six million rubles.