The Moscow Magistrates’ Court received 12 reports of administrative offenses from Telegram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok and Google, which did not remove content calling on teenagers to go to unauthorized protests and eset internet security license key 2022.

The court clarified that these are two administrative protocols in relation to Telegram, one protocol in relation to TikTok, and three protocols each in relation to Facebook, Twitter, and Google.

With regard to companies, protocols have been drawn up under the Code of Administrative Offenses on non-deletion of information or a website if the obligation to delete such information is provided for by the legislation of the Russian Federation. The punishment for this offense provides for a fine of 800 thousand to 4 million rubles.

Sessions on consideration of administrative protocols will be held on April 2 in the 422nd magistrate court district of the Tagansky district of Moscow.

In early March, the Magistrate’s Court of the Savelovsky District of Moscow fined 4 million rubles for its failure to delete prohibited information on its Odnoklassniki social network.

As previously reported in Roskomnadzor, since February 11, the service has drawn up administrative protocols in relation to various social networks, which have not removed or untimely removed calls for minors to participate in unauthorized actions.

On January 23, 31 and February 2, unauthorized rallies took place in the regions of the Russian Federation in support of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who was arrested after returning home on January 17. On February 2, the Simonovsky Court of Moscow replaced his suspended sentence with a real one in the Yves Rocher case with a term of 3.5 years in prison.