Roskomnadzor fined Google 700 thousand rubles for issuing links to prohibited sites. This is the second such fine.

Earlier, the agency warned the company about the new fine.

The Office of Roskomnadzor in the central federal district fined Google 700 thousand rubles for violating Russian law. As reported on the site office, the reason was the availability of resources from a single registry of prohibited information among the results of search results.

The control event recorded that Google produces selective filtering of search results. More than a third of links from a single registry of prohibited information are stored in the search.Roskomnadzor

This is Google’s second fine for violating search results filtering rules. In December 2018, the company paid 500 thousand rubles for similar violations and removed more than 70% of links to resources from a single registry of prohibited information.

On June 26, the head of Roskomnadzor, Alexander Zharov, warned Google about a new penalty for the lack of an adequate level of filtering search results. He noted the success of Google in filtering and expressed the hope that the company will bring this figure to 100%.

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