Fines for not localizing data in Russia 2022, by company
According to the Russian law, from 2014 onwards, companies operating in Russia must store personal data of Russian users on the country's territory. A fine for failure to localize such data ranges from one to six million Russian rubles. Furthermore, if the fine is issued for a repeated violation, it can reach between 6 million and 18 million Russian rubles. After the management of LinkedIn refused to localize data in Russia, the networking platform was blocked in Russia in 2016.