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Google will be facing huge fines of about $10,000 per day refusing to complies with court order

Google is not finding it easy with American government as they were fines to be paying $10,000 a day refusing to comply with the court order which they required of them. Its thug of war between Google and government asking Google to handed over the private overseas email which Google have been refusing and these has led to the state of incurring fines base on the number refusal days.


According to the news released this week, it was said that there was a Gmail messages held on a server outside the country privately, now, a San Francisco district court ruled the Mountain View ads giant will be billed a tidy $10,000 per day if it fails to overturn the order and then continues to resist.

The government, meanwhile, countered that the messages can be accessed remotely from Google HQ in Mountain View, California, US, so, basically, you can bet your ass it's under US jurisdiction. In mid-August, the courts agreed with the government, ordering Google to hand over the data.

Since the giant Google has refuse to obey the court order, refusing to hand over the mailbox to the court until its appeals against the warrant is heard.
On the argument note that no email disclosed has led to court final order which was suggested by Google on paying the sum of $10,000 a day as the penalties charge and in ten (10) will be $100,000. Not limit to that continual refusal will attract more fines and lose to the company.


In the final judgment pronounced by District Judge Richard Seeborg that the fines payment will take effect starting from this week  though the money looks small to the company but making the calculation in 10 days cost more and failure to comply in a year cost $3.6 million to the company.Google will be facing huge fines of about $10,000 per day refusing to complies with court order

Google is not finding it easy with American government as they were fines to be paying $10,000 a day refusing to comply with the court order which they required of them. Its thug of war between Google and government asking Google to handed over the private overseas email which Google have been refusing and these has led to the state of incurring fines base on the number refusal days.

According to the news released this week, it was said that there was a Gmail messages held on a server outside the country privately, now, a San Francisco district court ruled the Mountain View ads giant will be billed a tidy $10,000 per day if it fails to overturn the order and then continues to resist.

The government, meanwhile, countered that the messages can be accessed remotely from Google HQ in Mountain View, California, US, so, basically, you can bet your ass it's under US jurisdiction. In mid-August, the courts agreed with the government, ordering Google to hand over the data.

Since the giant Google has refuse to obey the court order, refusing to hand over the mailbox to the court until its appeals against the warrant is heard.
On the argument note that no email disclosed has led to court final order which was suggested by Google on paying the sum of $10,000 a day as the penalties charge and in ten (10) will be $100,000. Not limit to that continual refusal will attract more fines and lose to the company.

In the final judgment pronounced by District Judge Richard Seeborg that the fines payment will take effect starting from this week  though the money looks small to the company but making the calculation in 10 days cost more and failure to comply in a year cost $3.6 million to the company.