The Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media unblocked the Readovka website and removed it from the list of prohibited in Russia.
“This morning Roskomnadzor removed the restrictive measures on our site and removed us from the list of prohibited sites,” Readovka reports.
As the newspaper notes, in order to unblock the site, it was necessary to remove seven materials dedicated to the State Duma deputy Dmitry Sablin. The report says that the site was blocked after “bailiffs near Moscow threatened Roskomnadzor with initiating a case for failure to comply with their requirements.”
As the website kp.ru wrote, Roskomnadzor entered the previously blocked website of the Readovka edition into the register of prohibited in Russia. Initially, the decision to block the site was made by the court in March 2020.
We will remind that earlier the Ministry of Justice of Russia entered the publication “Important stories” and the TV channel “Dozhd” into the register of foreign media agents. The list also includes editors and journalists of publications.