(Hollywood Reporter) - Russian authorities have blocked access to LinkedIn after a court ruled that the business networking site had broken local data storage laws.
A Moscow district court decision last week, which went into effect on Friday, said that LinkedIn had failed to observe a 2014 federal law stipulating that internet companies that process the personal data of Russian citizens must store that data on servers located in Russia.
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