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Russian authorities have ordered Fb and messaging app Telegram to pay steep fines for failing to take away banned content material
A Moscow courtroom fined Fb a complete of 17 million rubles (roughly $236,000) and Telegram 10 million rubles ($139,000). It wasn’t instantly clear what kind of content material the platforms didn’t take down.
It was the second time each firms have been fined in latest weeks. On Could 25, Fb was ordered to pay 26 million rubles ($362,000) for not taking down content material deemed illegal by the Russian authorities. A month in the past, Telegram was additionally ordered to pay 5 million rubles ($69,000) for not taking down calls to protest.
The crackdown unfolded after Russian authorities criticized social media platforms which have been used to carry tens of hundreds of individuals into the streets throughout Russia this yr to demand the discharge of jailed Russian opposition chief Alexei Navalny, President Vladimir Putin’s most well-known critic. The wave of demonstrations has been a significant problem to the Kremlin.
Officers alleged that social media platforms didn’t take away calls for kids to affix the protests. Putin has urged police to behave extra to watch social media platforms and to trace down those that draw youngsters into “unlawful and unsanctioned avenue actions.”
The Russian authorities’s efforts to tighten management of the web and social media date again to 2012, when a legislation permitting authorities to blacklist and block sure on-line content material was adopted. Since then, a rising variety of restrictions concentrating on messaging apps, web sites and social media platforms have been launched in Russia.
The federal government has repeatedly aired threats to dam Fb and Twitter, however stopped wanting outright bans — in all probability fearing the transfer would elicit an excessive amount of public outrage. Solely the social community LinkedIn, which wasn’t extremely popular in Russia, has been banned by authorities for its failure to retailer person information in Russia.
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