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Russian Court Fines Tinder, Twitch for Refusal to Localize Data

Monday saw a Russian court fine Match Group, the parent company of the popular dating app Tinder, 10 million roubles ($104,000) and the popular Amazon video game streaming platform Twitch 13 million roubles ($135,000) for repeated failure to localize data in accordance with Russian law, according to Rueters.

For those who want some clarification on what that means: $1 = 96.4950 roubles.

Stay tuned for more on the story as it develops.

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