A Russian court imposed a 3-million-ruble fine on internet giant Google on Thursday for failing to allegedly false information about the conflict in Ukraine.
Russian media reported, the court found that the YouTube video service, which is owned by Google, was guilty of not deleting videos with incorrect information about the conflict.
Meanwhile, The US tech giant’s Russia business was

effectively shut down last year after the conflict began. Earlier, the company said that it filed for bankruptcy in Russia after its bank account was seized by the authorities, leaving it unable to pay staff and suppliers.
The move by a magistrate's court follows similar actions in early August against Apple and the Wikimedia Foundation that hosts Wikipedia.

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