Moscow Court Fines TikTok 2 MI Rubles due to LGBT Propaganda

The company was fined for videos containing propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations. . .

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A magistrate's court in Moscow has imposed an administrative fine of 2 million rubles on the social network TikTok for its refusal to remove content banned in Russia, Interfax's correspondent reports from the courtroom.

The company was fined for videos containing propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations.

The court ruled that the social network had committed a violation under Part 2 of Article 13.41 of the Administrative Code (failure to remove prohibited content).

On March 6, TikTok announced that due to the adoption of a new law in Russia on criminal liability for fakes about the armed forces, the company temporarily banned new videos and live broadcasts in Russia.

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