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Social networks want to punish posts that offend power

Social networks want to punish posts that offend power
The Public Chamber of Russia proposes more stringent regulation of the Internet space and punish social networks for posts that violate the law and offend the state. So far, only users are personally responsible for this. The corresponding proposal will soon be sent to the State Duma.

As reportedTo the News“in Roskomnadzor, 342 web pages have already been deleted for disrespect for the authorities and society, another two dozen web resources will be blocked in the near future. The proposal to tighten the responsibility was positively accepted by deputies, and senators called it worthy of discussion.

In March 2019, amendments to the Code of Administrative Offenses were signed, which imposed fines of up to 300 thousand rubles and the possibility of administrative arrest for insulting state symbols and institutions. However, this responsibility extends only to ordinary users, while social networks do not bear it.

The Public Chamber proposes to fine owners of Internet resources if they do not delete publications that offend the authorities and society. Moreover, for each post to punish at least half a million rubles. From December 6, 2019 to January 30, 2020, 699 links to materials with signs of disrespect for the symbols of the state were identified, all of them are posted on social networks.