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The Russian Federal Information Technology and Mass Media Supervisory Authority accused the social media site Twitter of deliberate violation of Russia’s laws.

In the statement made by Roskomnadzor, it was stated that since 2017, 28 thousand requests have been sent to Twitter to remove content that encourages suicide, obscene and drug abuse.

In the statement, which pointed out that about 3 thousand illegal content was not removed by Twitter despite the requests in question, it was stated that “Twitter deliberately violates the laws of Russia”.

According to Russian law, Twitter can be fined 800 thousand to 8 million rubles for not deleting prohibited content.


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