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Microsoft fined millions for selling software to Russian companies

Microsoft has agreed to pay more than $3 million to settle potential civil liability for alleged 1,339 sanctions violations that resulted in it selling products and services to individuals and businesses in countries such as Russia.

More than 1,300 cases occurred between July 2012 and April 2019, involving Microsoft’s alleged sale of software licenses, activated software licenses and related services from its servers in the US and Ireland to “Specially Designated Citizens” and blocked users in Cuba, Iran, Syria, Russia and Crimea in Ukraine.

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