The Tagansky Court of Moscow again fined Google and Telegram for not removing prohibited content. This time, the companies were ordered to pay a total of 6 million rubles. About it informs the joint press service of the Moscow courts of general jurisdiction.
The companies were found guilty of violating Art. 13.41 Administrative Code of the Russian Federation. Telegram was ordered to pay 4 million rubles, and Google – 2 million. In relation to the latter, the court postponed consideration of two more protocols on similar violations. Meetings on them are scheduled for November 29.
For not deleting content in 2021, fines were issued in the amount of 187 million rubles. Among those punished were Facebook, Twitter, Google, Telegram, TikTok, VKontakte and Odnoklassniki. In addition, Roskomnadzor drew up a protocol against Google on the repeated failure to delete prohibited information. Now the company faces a penalty of up to 10% of its annual turnover.
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