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Russian Court Decrees LinkedIn Blocked in Russia for Non-Compliance with Data Localization Law

You may have read in one of my previous posts that Russia required social networks to save persona data related to Russian users on servers within Russian boundaries.

Well, the Russian data protection authority (“Roskomnadzor”) is blocking Linkedin and has a hearing for the appeal set for 10th November 2016.

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