At the request of the Russian Agency for Supervision and Consumer Protection, Facebook, Google, and Twitter may be forced to pay tens of millions of rubles, for violating the rules of publication and refusing to remove prohibited information.
Google and Facebook may again be fined 20 million rubles for refusing to remove prohibited information.
The agency “TASS” cited the court that received protocols for violations of “Twitter”, which the latter threatens to pay a fine of 24 million rubles for a similar violation.
In early April this year, the Moscow court No. 422 fined Twitter 8.9 million rubles under three administrative protocols submitted by the Russian Authority for Supervision and Consumer Protection, for the refusal of Twitter to remove messages calling for minors to participate in illegal events.