Google has to find 2 billion rubles to pay the fine imposed by the FAS
Tuesday, 26 July, 2022, 20:48
The Federal Antimonopoly Service imposed a fine of 2 billion rubles on Google for non-transparent and biased rules for blocking accounts and distributing content on YouTube. This was reported on the website of the regulator.
“AS A RESULT OF AN ADMINISTRATIVE INVESTIGATION, THE FAS RUSSIA IMPOSED A TURNOVER FINE ON GOOGLE LLC IN THE AMOUNT OF MORE THAN 2 BILLION RUBLES ($34,886,073.22) FOR VIOLATING ANTITRUST LAWS,” — SPECIFIED IN THE MESSAGE FAS.
It should be noted that the company must pay it within two months from the date the fine document comes into force.
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