As reported in Intefax, in the Tagansky district of Moscow, three administrative protocols were registered in relation to Google and Telegram, as well as two materials each in relation to Facebook and Twitter. These are protocols for part 2 and part 4 of Art. 13.41 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation – the owner of an information resource on the Internet does not delete information, if the obligation to delete it is provided for by the legislation of the Russian Federation.
If companies are found guilty, then Telegram faces a fine of up to 16 million rubles, Google – up to 12 million rubles, and Twitter and Facebook – up to 8 RUB million respectively.
Court sessions to consider the received protocols have not yet been scheduled.
Earlier, the magistrate’s court in Moscow fined Facebook 26 million rubles, 8.9 million rubles – Twitter, 6 million rubles – Google for failure to delete the prohibited information.
Recall Google without consent sets an application for tracking COVID-19 cases on smartphones.
A source: Interfax