The magistrate of judicial district No. 422 of the Tagansky district of Moscow on Thursday fined Facebook 6 million rubles under two protocols for not removing prohibited content, reported RIA Novosti press secretary of the court Zulfiya Gurinchuk. “The Facebook company was found guilty of committing an administrative offense under Part 2 of Article 13.41 of the Administrative Offenses Code of the Russian Federation, she was sentenced to an administrative fine in the amount of 6 million rubles,” she said.
In May, the court fined Facebook under eight protocols 26 million rubles for failure to remove prohibited content, in June – another 17 million rubles.
On Thursday, the court will consider three similar protocols on administrative violations, drawn up on the Telegram messenger, and two on Twitter.
Roskomnadzor in the spring he announced plans to impose fines for not removing calls for teenagers to go to uncoordinated actions on TikTok, Vkontakte, Telegram, Odnoklassniki, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Most of the protocols were reviewed by the courts; several tens of million rubles have already been collected from the platforms.
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