A Russian communications official has compromised to block Google in Russia except if it complies with a law forbidding certain sites.
The Russian government has been putting pressure on Internet organizations in what it has depicted as a crusade to block harmful substance.
Russia embraced a law in September requiring web crawlers to consent to the state registry of prohibited sites and overlook the restricted substance from query items.
While the registry contains sites advancing contempt discourse and self-hurt it likewise incorporates a plenty of sites boycotted for expressly political reasons, for example, a Ukrainian news site.
Russian news organizations cited delegate Communications Oversight Agency boss Vitaly Subbotin as saying that experts may push for alterations that would give them a chance to block web indexes like Google on the off chance that they neglect to conform to Russian law.