Russia has imposed penalty on U.S. tech giant Apple, Google and Zoom Video Communications for allegedly refusing to store the data of Russian citizens on Russian territory.
Apple was fined 2 million roubles ($34,000), the court in Moscow’s Tagansky district said. Zoom Video fined 1 million roubles.
Ookla, which runs the internet performance tool Speedtest and works with mobile network operators, fined 1 million roubles.
In addition, Alphabet’s Google was ordered to pay 60,000 roubles for a different offence relating to data.