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Europe Data Protection Digest | Russian court fines Google 15M rubles for failing to localize Russian citizens' data Related reading: A view from Brussels: Germany seeks extension for CJEU judge



Russia's data protection authority, Roskomnadzor, announced the Magistrate's Court of the Tagansky District of Moscow fined Google 15 million rubles for its “repeated refusal” to localize Russian citizens’ data within the country. In a previous violation of the localization requirement, Google paid a 3 million-ruble fine in 2021. The court also fined application developer Likeme 1.5 million rubles for failure to store Russian citizens’ data within its borders.
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