Roskomnadzor entered Apple and Google into the register of companies obliged to open branches in Russia

Roskomnadzor published list of companies that are required to open representative offices in Russia.

This is due to the Landing Law. According to it, foreign companies with a daily audience of over 500 thousand users are required to open a branch, representative office or authorized legal entity in Russia.

Here is a list of 13 organizations:

▪️ Apple
▪️ Google
▪️ Meta (formerly Facebook)
▪️ Twitter
▪️ TikTok
▪️ Telegram
▪️ Zoom
▪️ Likeme
▪️ Viber
▪️ Discord
▪️ Pinterest
▪️ Spotify
▪️ Twitch

In addition, companies are required to register a personal account on the Roskomnadzor website and post on their website a form for appeals from residents of Russia and local organizations. Also, organizations must install a traffic counter on their sites and remove information that violates Russian law.

If companies do not comply with the law, they will be banned from placing ads, they will be removed from search results, and they will be banned from accepting payments, collecting and transferring personal data. The last resort is a partial or complete blocking in Russia. [РБК]

Source: — Новости высоких технологий, обзоры смартфонов, презентации Apple by

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