Monday, July 18, 2022

Russia fines Google, YouTube $370m over alleged content violations

A Russian court has fined Alphabet’s Google 21.1 billion roubles ($373m) over what it described as repeated failures to remove content that Moscow deems illegal, according to state communications regulator Roskomnadzor.

Roskomnadzor said in June that Alphabet’s video platform YouTube was deliberately spreading false information about the conflict in Ukraine, and had permitted content promoting extremist views and calls for children to participate in unauthorised protests.

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