Russia to fine social networks for luring minors into unauthorized protests


Russia will bring social networks to responsibility for enticing minors into illegal activities, Russian Federal Service for Supervision in Information Technologies and Mass Communications said in its statement, published Wednesday. “Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, VK, OK social networks and YouTube video hosting website will be fined for failure to comply with the demand to remove calls on minors to participate in January 23 unauthorized rallies,” the statement says. The above mentioned platforms failed to remove a total of 170 illegal calls despite the demands from the Federal Service and the Prosecutor General’s Office, the statement says. The agency reminded that…

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