Moscow court fined Telegram another ten million rubles

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Moscow court fined Telegram another ten million rubles

A court in Moscow fined Telegram another ten million rubles for refusing to remove content prohibited in Russia at the request of Roskomnadzor. This was announced on Thursday, June 10, by the press service of the Tagansky District Court.

– The 422nd world section of the Tagansky district of the court today found Telegram guilty under four protocols of part two of Article 13.41 of the Code of Administrative Offenses for the owner of an information resource refusing to delete information prohibited in the Russian Federation. The fine was ten million rubles, the TASS news agency quoted the press service of the court as saying.

As the website kp.ru wrote, today a Moscow court also fined Facebook on four counts for refusing to delete prohibited information. The fine for the owners of the social network was 17 million rubles.

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One thought on “Moscow court fined Telegram another ten million rubles

  • The court did everything right. It was necessary to remove the prohibited content by Telegram at the first request! This is a violation of the law…

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