Google and YouTube have not removed more than 5.2 thousand content prohibited in Russia since 2015. This was reported in Roskomnadzor, noting that the personal data base of Russian users is not localized.
At the same time, Facebook and Instagram did not remove more than 3.7 thousand prohibited materials during the same period, and Twitter did not remove 490 materials from prohibited information. As noted, the department has drawn up ten protocols against Twitter, and the total amount of fines for not removing prohibited content amounted to 27.9 million rubles.
We will remind, the day before, on June 10, the court in Moscow fined Facebook 17 million rubles after the company refused to delete the information banned in Russia. At the end of May this year, the magistrate's court fined the social network under eight protocols for 26 million rubles. On the same day, a court in Moscow fined Telegram ten million rubles also for failing to remove prohibited content.