A moscow court has made Facebook a total of 17 million rubles (about $2.36,000), and the Cable is 10 million rubles, or$1.39,000). It was immediately clear what the type of content that the platform was not able to take it away.
This is the second time the two companies have been fined, as in the last couple of weeks. On may 25, Facebook was ordered to pay more than 26 million rubles ($362,000), so the content is known, the Russian authorities illegally. About a month ago, the Telegram was ordered to pay 5 million rubles (69 in thousands of dollars), so I didn’t respond to my calls for the world.
Earlier this year, Roskomnadzor began working slowly on to Twitter and threatened to ban it, in part because it is said to remove the illegal content. The officials said that the platform will not remove any content that encourages a child to suicide, and the information related to the drugs, and child pornography.
Turn on, and since the Russian authorities, who have criticised on the social media platforms that are used to get tens of thousands of people took to the streets, all in the Russian federation this year, in order to demand the release of jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, Putin’s most well-known critics. The wave of demonstrations began in a serious problem in Russia.
The officials claimed that the media has failed to remotely challenge the children to take part in the protests. Putin has called on the police to take a more active monitoring of social networks and find out which attract the kids to the ” unlawful and illegal street actions.”
The Russian government’s efforts to tighten control of the Internet and social networking sites dating back to 2012, when the government adopted a law that allows the government to blacklist to block certain online content. Since then, it has become more and more restrictions on the notifications of the apps, the websites and on the websites of social networks or platforms in the Russian federation.
The government has repeatedly threatened to shut down Facebook and Twitter, however, has decided to direct the ban-presumably because of the fear that this move is going to cause a lot of much public outrage. Only the social network Linkedin, which was a very well-known in Russia, was banned by the authorities, in order to store user data in Russia.
In 2018, Roskomnadzor has tried to block Telegram for refusing to hand over the encryption keys used to encrypt the message, but it failed to restrict access to the application, interfere with the hundreds of sites in the Russian federation. Last year, the watchdog has officially requested that the app will continue to be widely used, qadağana, though, including the state-owned enterprises.
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