Russia fines Twitter and Facebook for refusing to remove content

Tom Allen
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Russia has fined Twitted more than 48 million rubles this year
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Russia has fined Twitted more than 48 million rubles this year

The latest in a string of moves aimed at forcing foreign companies to have official representation in Russia

A Russian court has fined Facebook and Twitter for failing to delete content banned in the country, handing out levies of 13 million rubles (£132,500) and 10 million rubles (£102,000), respectively...

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