Facebook pays fine for refusing to localize Russian users’ data

Facebook pays fine for refusing to localize Russian users’ data


The Internet giant Facebook has paid in full a four million ruble (about $53,000) fine imposed by the Russian authorities over the company’s refusal to store Russian users’ data on servers located inside Russia. 

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