Russia fines Google $100 million, and Facebook parent company $27 million, for content violations – The Washington Post
Meta Platforms, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, was fined approximately $27 million, also for declining to remove banned content, several hours after the Google decision. Meta’s fine, like the one levied on Google, was tied to yearly revenue in Russia.
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