The bailiffs began to enforce a collection of 19 million rubles from Twitter for prohibited content


The Federal Bailiff Service (FSSP) of Russia opened six more cases against the American Twitter Inc on the enforcement of fines for prohibited content posted on the pages of the social network.

The bailiffs began to enforce a collection of 19 million rubles from Twitter for prohibited content

Administrative penalties for 19 million rubles were approved by the Tagansky District Court of Moscow, it follows from the FSSP database.

In total, the bailiffs are conducting ten cases on the enforcement of fines from Twitter Inc for 34.7 million rubles, including fees. The materials are in the department for the execution of especially important enforcement proceedings of the FSSP of Russia.

The decision on two fines for 5 million rubles was made on November 17 by the Tagansky District Court of Moscow. These are offenses under Part 2 of Art. 13.41 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation (Failure to delete information or a web page if the obligation to delete it is provided for by the legislation of the Russian Federation) follows from the materials on the court’s website. The company asked to cancel the fines and stop production, but was refused.

The bailiffs also began to collect 12 million rubles from the Telegram messenger for refusing to remove prohibited content. But the social network Facebook has already paid fines of 21 million rubles for similar administrative offenses.

Since February 2021, Roskomnadzor has been drawing up protocols for services that did not delete or untimely deleted calls for minors to participate in unauthorized protests, including in Moscow.

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Source: RB.RU by rb.ru.

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