In Moscow, the court fined Facebook 26 million rubles for prohibited content

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In Moscow, the court fined Facebook 26 million rubles for prohibited content

In Moscow, the court fined Facebook 26 million rubles for prohibited content

The Tagansky court fined Facebook 26 million rubles for refusing to remove prohibited content, RIA Novosti reports.

In total, the court considered eight protocols, for six of them the companies issued fines for 18 million rubles in total, and two orders were issued on penalties for 8 million rubles in total.

On June 10, the Tagansky Court of Moscow will consider four more protocols on non-removal of illegal content from this social network.

We add that on May 25, the court fined Google 6 million rubles for a similar violation.

Earlier it was reported that Roskomnadzor may apply traffic restriction measures to Facebook and YouTube, similar to those used in relation to Twitter, since cases of posting prohibited materials were revealed on these resources.

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