A Moscow court approved the mobile messaging application on the grounds that the application failed to delete information about the demonstrations in favor of opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
Madrid (EUROPA PRESS). -A Moscow court imposed a fine of 5 million rubles (approximately 60,000 euros) on the mobile telecommunications application Telegram on Wednesday for failing to eliminate the opposition leader Alexei Navalny (Alexei Navalny) who was registered in the country. Navalny)’s protest message.
A court member told the “Sputnik” news agency: “According to Article 13.41 of the Russian Administrative Crimes Law, the telegram was convicted.”
Therefore, he confirmed that he imposed a fine of 2.5 million rubles (over 27,800 euros) and added a similar amount of fines.
Protests in favor of the release of the opposition leader took place on January 23, January 31 and April 21. The country’s authorities considered unauthorized and illegal. Thousands of people took to the streets during the demonstration, resulting in more than 12,000 arrests.