Russia allows companies extra time to adhere to new localization law

Last summer, the government of Russia adopted a law requiring certain large tech companies to adopt a wide-reaching localization protocol. While the law officially went into place on Jan. 1, the country recently announced that it would be lenient in imposing any penalties during the early days of 2022, in order to accommodate companies that have yet to implement the law’s requirements. 

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