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Telegram million fine in Russia

A Moscow court fined Telegram 3 million rubles for refusing to remove inappropriate anti-government content.

According to mehr reporter to Quoting from Tass, the Moscow Tagansky District Court in Russia sentenced the Telegram messenger to pay 3 million rubles for refusing to remove undesirable and anti-government content.

Svetlana Spitsina, judge of the Tagasenki court, according to paragraph 2 of Article 13.41 of the Russian Organized Crime Law, which is subject to non-deletion of content The owner of a source of information on the Internet network becomes unpopular, the sender of the message has condemned Telegram to pay 3 million rubles.

Of course, this is not the first time that Telegram is fined according to this law. In November of last year, this company was sentenced to pay 4 million rubles for not removing objectionable content.

Telegram has also been fined another 9 million rubles in 2021 for the same reason.


© Webangah News Hub has translated this news from the source of Mehr News Agency
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