OREANDA-NEWS. Mail.ru may face a fine of up to 8 million rubles for prohibited content on the Odnoklassniki social network. This was reported by "Interfax" with reference to the press secretary of the Moscow Savyolovsky court, Maria Mikhailova.

"The magistrate court of the Savelovsky district of Moscow has received a report on an administrative offense against the company Mail.ru, the hearing will be held on November 19," Mikhailova said.

The protocol was sent to the court by Roskomnadzor.

Since the beginning of the year, several companies have had administrative responsibility by Russian courts for not removing various types of prohibited information, for 70 million rubles. Facebook was fined 38.4 million rubles. - Twitter, 35 million rubles. - Telegram, for 32.5 million rubles. - Google, by 4.1 million rubles. - TikTok. In addition, Russian social networks Odnoklassniki (RUB 4 million) and VKontakte (RUB 3 million) received fines.

For non-deletion of drug-related information, the site owner may be held administratively liable under Art. 13.41 of the Administrative Code of the Russian Federation (violation of the procedure for restricting access to information, information resources, access to which is subject to restriction in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation). It is reminded, that for the first violation, companies face a fine of 3 to 8 million rubles, and for a second violation - a turnover fine in the amount of 1/10 to 1/5 of annual revenue.