On December 24, according to foreign media reports, the Russian court was fined 7.2 billion rubles (about 6 billion yuan) of Google, and the Google Statement said that it will decide whether it will not delete the ban after studying the court's ruling. The appeal was made by a fine.
According to reports, a court of Moscow today announced that it has been fined 7.2 billion rubles (about 625 million yuan), because Google has repeatedly deleted the content that Russia is considered illegal. It is worth mentioning that this is Russia in such cases in such cases. Previously, Russia also fined several times because Google did not delete the illegal within, but the fine amount was smaller.
On December 23, Twitter was fined 3 million rubles (about 260,000 yuan) by the Russian court, which is also unable to delete the content of the Rose government as illegal.
In recent months, Russia has taken a series of measures to strengthen the supervision of American Technology Co., Ltd. to restrict online information acquisition. To this end, Apple, Google, Twitter and Facebook have varyed degrees of punishment. (Wen | AI Finance and Economic Vietnam)