Telegram fined 10 million rubles in Russia

Moscow-ALSHARQIYA June 13: The Tagansky Court in Moscow imposed a fine on Messenger of "Telegram" of 10 million rubles (about 140,000 dollars) for his refusal to delete information prohibited in Russia.

A spokesman for the press office of the "Tagansky" court in Moscow said that the court took a decision on June 10 to fine Messenger "Telegram" under Part Two of Article (13.41) of the Russian Code of Administrative Misdemeanour.

It is noteworthy that the Russian media had reported earlier that the Tagansky Court in Moscow had imposed a fine of 3.2 million rubles on Twitter for failing to delete prohibited information.

In Russia. This is based on protocols submitted by the “Roscom Nadzor” oversight committee, knowing that the court was able on Thursday, June 10, to consider only the two protocols, and there are two other protocols requesting a fine of 4 million rubles and 2.5 million rubles.

It is noteworthy that the Tagansky court will consider this June the protocols for fining Tik Tok and Google, which were submitted by the Russian Monitoring Committee.


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