Sep 172015
 September 17, 2015  Breaches, Business, Court, Non-U.S.

AFP reports:

A Russian court has found Google guilty of breaching privacy with its targeted advertising, the latest legal setback for the US internet giant in the country.

A Moscow city court ordered the search engine provider to pay a fine of 50,000 rubles ($770, 680 euros) to a Russian man who sued them for illegally reading his emails, the court’s press service told AFP.

Google rejected the court’s decision — which could open the door for a slew of further cases — by insisting that its targeted adverts were handled by an automated system.

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