The Moscow Court of First Instance found Apple guilty of repeatedly refusing to locate Russians’ data: the American corporation was fined 12 million rubles. This was reported by the Moscow Courts of General Jurisdiction Telegram channel.

The court fined Apple 12 million rubles for repeatedly refusing to locate Russians’ data

“Apple Inc.” convicted of committing an administrative offense under part 9 of Art. 13.11 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation and was sentenced to an administrative fine of 12 million rubles,” the message says.

The maximum fine provided for in this article is 18 million rubles.

Apple received its first fine for refusing to localize Russian data in July 2022. Then its size was 2 million rubles. Along with Apple, Zoom and the company Ookla, owner of the Internet speed measurement service SpeedTest, were fined at the same time.


Anastasia Marina

Source: RB

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