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Recommended | Moscow | Insight  | 25.05.22

Moscow Mayor Announced ‘COVID Amnesty’


Moscow authorities have decided to stop collecting fines imposed but not paid for violating coronavirus restrictions, as well as to pay subsidies to businesses and citizens to compensate for previously paid fines, as said by the city mayor Sergei Sobyanin.   “Administrative penalties have made a significant contribution to solving the problem of saving the health

Google’s Subsidiary in Russia Considers Initiating Bankruptcy


The Russian department of Google, Google LLC, voiced an intention to apply to the arbitration court with an application for recognition of its bankruptcy, which follows from the notice posted by the company on the Federal Resource. As stated in the message, since March 22, 2022, the company “anticipates its own bankruptcy and the impossibility

Russian IT Regulator Named Companies That Should Open Branches in Russia by 2022 


The Federal Service for Supervision of Information Technology and Mass Communications (Roskomnadzor) has published a list of 13 foreign companies that are required to open branches in Russia. These are Google, Apple, Meta, Twitter, TikTok, Telegram, Zoom, Viber, Likeme Pte. Ltd., Spotify, Discord, Pinterest, and Twitch.   The service clarified that in addition to the requirement

Google Finally Paid Fines Issued by Russia


Google has paid all the fines imposed by the Russian courts, the decisions on which have entered into force, according to the press service of the corporation. The exact amount of all fines paid was not mentioned.  As was previously reported by Roskomnadzor, in 2021 Google received fines of 32.5 million rubles in the Russian

Business | Technology  | 18.08.21

Russian Court Fined Google 4 Million Rubles


The magistrate of the Tagansky judicial district of Moscow on Tuesday, August 17, fined Google another 4 million rubles for not removing prohibited content, RIA Novosti reports with reference to the press service of the Moscow City Court.  “Google LLC was found guilty under Part 2 of Article 13.41 of the Code of Administrative Offenses.

Russian Court Fined Google 3 Million Rubles


A Moscow court has ordered Google to pay roughly $41,000 (3 million rubles) for refusing to store the personal data of Russian users on servers in Russia, Forsided News reports.   “Google LLC was found guilty of committing an administrative offence under part 8 of Article 13.11 of the Russian code of administrative offences. The company

Recommended | Funny Russia | Fun  | 28.01.21

Yekaterinburg Residents Played Chess Right on Road


On January 27, 2021, in the afternoon in Yekaterinburg, two guys played chess in the middle of the road in the city centre. They put a red BMW on the emergency lights on the bridge and sat down at a table to drink tea and play chess, e1 reports.  The drivers passing by were signalling

Business | Technology  | 16.03.20

Social Activists Found Way to Save Drivers from Unfair Fine


Officials and social activists have found a way to minimize the number of fines charged by mistake from road cameras. It is proposed to create a unified method which will determine what materials from cameras and to what extent should be presented in order to convict a driver, Izvestia reports.  Today, more than 80% of