The court fined Twitter 5.5 million rubles for refusing to remove prohibited content

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The court fined Twitter 5.5 million rubles for refusing to remove prohibited content

The Magistrate's Court of the Tagansky District of the Russian capital fined Twitter for the company's refusal to remove content prohibited in Russia. The amount of the fine this time amounted to 5.5 million rubles. This was announced on Thursday, July 22, at the press service of the court.

– By the decision of the magistrate of the judicial district number 422, Twitter was found guilty of committing administrative offenses. The companies were fined for a total amount of 5.5 million rubles, a court spokeswoman said in an interview with TASS.

In total, the amount of fines received by Twitter for not removing information prohibited in Russia has already reached 33.4 million rubles.

As the site kp.ru previously wrote, today the court also fined the social network Facebook for six million rubles and Telegram for 11 million rubles for refusing to remove prohibited content.

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