Russia opens cases against Google, other foreign tech over data storage

2022-05-27 6:01:00 PM

Russia opens cases against Google, other foreign tech over data storage

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Russia opens cases against Google , other foreign tech over data storage

Russia fined Google 3 million roubles ($46,540) last year for not storing the personal data of Russia n users in databases on Russia n territory

Google, which declined to comment, could be fined between 6-18 million roubles, Roskomnadzor said.The regulator also said it had opened cases against six other companies - Airbnb, Pinterest, Likeme, Twitch, Apple and United Parcel Service - for alleged first-time offences carrying a potential fine of 1-6 million roubles.

Likeme could not be reached, while the other five companies had no immediate comment.

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Russia accused of inciting genocide in Ukraine in new report Russia 's actions in Ukraine provide enough evidence to conclude that Moscow is inciting genocide and committing atrocities intended to destroy the Ukrainian people, according to the first independent report into allegations of genocide in that country. Funny, how about all the reports of war crimes on Ukrainian side? Such as the slaughter of protestors. Nah, let's throw some pity stories and keep quiet about what we did to the people in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, Yemen, etc etc.

'Relentless': Russia squeezes Ukrainian strongholds in east Russia n forces on Friday pounded the last Ukrainian strongholds in a separatist-controlled eastern province of Ukraine, including a city where authorities said 1,500 people have been killed and 60% of residential buildings destroyed since the start of the war.

'Relentless': Russia squeezes Ukrainian strongholds in east Russia n forces on Friday pounded the last Ukrainian strongholds in a separatist-controlled eastern province of Ukraine, including a city where authorities said 1,500 people have been killed and 60 p-er cent of residential buildings destroyed since the start of the war. Strongholds lol You call yourself journalist? But but …. west says Ukraine was winning !! West media says Russian troops were crying and home sick ? Putin is going to be over thrown by his own people ? Russia is running out of tanks You mean it was all a lie ?

China, Russia veto new UN sanctions on North KoreaVote in the Security Council marked a first serious division among the five veto-wielding permanent members of the UN’s most powerful body on a North Korea sanctions resolution Not surprising, yet it is sad This is why the UN is a joke played on taxpayers to send delegates to go for lunch in New York and do NOTHING. No surprising,but how can he build all these weapons? The people are suffering from his stupidity and little antics!

China and Russia veto new UN sanctions on North KoreaChina and Russia vetoed a UN resolution sponsored by the United States on Thursday that would have imposed tough new sanctions on North Korea for its spate of intercontinental ballistic missile launches that can be used to deliver nuclear weapons. UNITED NATIONS - China and Russia vetoed a UN resolution sponsored by the United States on Thursday that would have imposed tough new sanctions on North Korea for its spate of intercontinental ballistic missile launches that can be used to deliver nuclear weapons Why can allies from another organization and leave UN ?

Google Canada’s position on Bill C-18 does not surprise, but it does misleadBill C-18 would require global digital platforms, including Google , to reach fair commercial deals with Canadian news providers for linking to online news content, including local and national news from broadcasters like CTV and Noovo You directly profit from this legislation so you're misleading Canadians on the impacts it has, shame on you. It's repugnant you think you some exclusive rights to Canadians vieweship. Google should block all Canadian 'news' provider which are largely just AP news wire reposters Your garbage magazine is failing and you want the taxpayer to be forced to save you. It's ok to admit it. Ok comrade.

, and on Friday said it had opened a new case over what it called Google’s repeated failure to comply with Russian legislation.prevent genocide -- and the report is urging the international community to act.Ukraine's foreign minister warned that without a new injection of foreign weapons, Ukrainian forces would not be able to stop Russia from seizing Sievierodonetsk and nearby Lysychansk, locations that are crucial to Russia's goal of capturing all of Ukraine's industrial Donbas region.WATCH: Ukraine asking for more weapons from the West The cities are the last areas under Ukrainian control in Luhansk, one of two provinces that make up the region.

Google, which declined to comment, could be fined between 6-18 million roubles, Roskomnadzor said. The regulator also said it had opened cases against six other companies - Airbnb, Pinterest, Likeme, Twitch, Apple and United Parcel Service - for alleged first-time offences carrying a potential fine of 1-6 million roubles. "Every country that is a signatory to the Genocide Convention, and that's 151 countries including the Russian Federation, every country has to do whatever it can to put a stop to this, otherwise they will also be in breach of the convention. Likeme could not be reached, while the other five companies had no immediate comment. “The Russians are pounding residential neighborhoods relentlessly,” regional governor Serhiy Haidai wrote in a Telegram post Friday. Be smart with your money. In 2022, we have the capabilities to accurately track similar atrocities as they unfold and respond accordingly. Get the latest investing insights delivered right to your inbox three times a week, with the Globe Investor newsletter. Mayor Oleksandr Stryuk said late Thursday that at least 1,500 people have been killed in Sievierodonetsk since Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb.

. The Kremlin has forcefully disagreed with President Joe Biden's statement in April that he considered Russia's actions in Ukraine a "genocide. Mayor Oleksandr Stryuk said late Thursday that at least 1,500 people have been killed in Sievierodonetsk since Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb.