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Russia: Twitter, Google, Facebook facing new fines for refusing to remove banned content


Google and Facebook may be fined another 20 mln rubles ($267,000) each for refusing to remove prohibited content as requested by Russia’s mass media and communications regulator. While Twitter is up against a looming 24 mln-ruble ($320,000) penalty for a similar violation, a source in the magistrate court department No. 422, which received the respective administrative protocols against the tech titans, told TASS. “The court received five protocols against both Google and Facebook, respectively. They have been compiled under part 2 article 13.41 of the Administrative Code of the Russian Federation (‘Failure to remove information by the owner of a…

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