The Tagansky Court of Moscow on August 4 will consider the complaints of Twitter against the decision to fine it 19 million rubles for refusing to delete prohibited information. This was announced on Friday, July 9, by the press secretary of the institution, Zulfiya Gurimchuk.
“Twitter’s complaints about the decisions on six protocols under the article about the refusal to delete prohibited information will be considered by the court on August 4,” – leads TASS words of Gurimchuk.
On June 11, Roskomnadzor reported that Twitter has not yet removed nearly 500 banned materials.
On May 27, the Magistrates’ Court of the Tagansky District of Moscow fined Twitter 19 million rubles a day for the fact that the social network did not delete prohibited information. Thus, the court found the company guilty of six administrative offenses of preserving content, including calls to participate in uncoordinated actions.
Earlier in March, the social network had already received 8.9 million rubles in fines after the RKN was notified of the need to remove illegal content.
In early March, Roskomnadzor drew up protocols on an administrative offense against Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, VKontakte, Odnoklassniki, the Telegram messenger and YouTube for calling children to participate in illegal actions in Russian cities.