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Google ordered to filter search results in Russia, but will it do so?

Google has been fined for failing to abide by a Russian censorship law, but the figure is merely a drop in the ocean.
Hadlee SimonsJanuary 17, 2019144 shares
 

Russia blocks certain Google services in efforts to block Telegram

Gmail, Search, and certain Android push notifications are not working in Russia. If Russia blocks Google services, will Telegram have to comply with its ban?
C. Scott BrownApril 23, 2018263 shares
 

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

The 240th Android Apps Weekly is live! This week we celebrate the launch of The Room: Old Sins, talk about Google's exciting new Chat app and also about Russia's hatred of Telegram ...
Joe HindyApril 23, 2018199 shares
 

Russia wants Telegram removed from Google Play Store

The Telegram Google Play Store listing may be in jeopardy, as Russia has officially reached out to Google requesting its removal.
C. Scott BrownApril 17, 2018334 shares
 

Telegram to be banned in Russia, but VPN will bypass ban (Update)

The Russian government has asked prominent app repository APKMirror to remove Telegram from its website.
C. Scott BrownApril 13, 2018214 shares
 

Google is no longer the default search engine on Chrome in Russia

As per its settlement with the Russian Federal Anti-Monopoly Service, Google will now let Android users pick their default search engine on Chrome.
Brian ReighAugust 7, 2017247 shares
 

Google won’t require its apps to be pre-loaded on Android devices in Russia [Update]

As part of an an antitrust settlement, Google has agreed to longer require the pre-loading of any of its apps on Android devices in Russia.
John CallahamApril 17, 2017720 shares
 

Google fined $6.75 million for pre-installing apps in Russia

Russia's Federal Anti-monopoly Service has fined Google $6.75 million for anti-competitive behaviour related to pre-installed Android apps.
Robert TriggsAugust 12, 20161462 shares
 

5 Android Apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk more about Russia's war on Google apps, a new Humble Bundle, and two new Adobe apps!
Joe HindyOctober 9, 2015254 shares
 

Google ordered to unbundle Android apps in Russia by next month

In Russia, Google has been ordered to amend anti-competitive agreements with OEMs that give it an unfair advantage over third party Android apps.
Robert TriggsOctober 6, 2015719 shares
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