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Russia Fines Facebook For Failing to Provide Information on User Data
The court fined Facebook 3,000 rubles ($47) for not providing information.
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Facebook Removes Accounts From Russia and Iran For 'Coordinated Inauthentic Behavior'
Nearly 2,000 Russian pages, groups and accounts were taken down from Facebook and Instagram.
Russia Opens Civil Proceedings Against Facebook, Twitter
Russia's communication watchdog said on Monday it was opening administrative proceedings against Twitter and Facebook
Facebook Shuts Down Pages, Accounts With Russia Links
Two social media operations originating in Russia stopped by Facebook and Instagram
Yes, Russia Abused Facebook, But Did It Work?
It’s still unclear whether the Russian influence campaign worked as intended.
Facebook Knew of Russia Harvesting Data in 2014, Lawmaker Says
Previously, Facebook has said it was unaware of this sort of Russian activity on the social network until after the 2016 election.
Facebook Blocks 'Defamatory' Post in Compliance With Russian Court Order — Reports
Facebook and Instagram blocked the defamatory posts voluntarily, Kommersant reported.
Russian Firm Sues Facebook Over Employee Charged for U.S. Election Meddling
The lawsuit cited the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in claiming Facebook discriminated against the company due to its Russian origins.
Kremlin Rejects Facebook's Allegations of Disinformation Campaign
Facebook took down a disinformation campaign it said was linked to Russia earlier this week.
Russian Senators Call on Facebook’s Zuckerberg to Testify on Privacy
“Why shouldn't the Federation Council enter into dialogue and ask him about his Russophobic statements?" Matviyenko asked.
After Blocking Telegram, Russian Regulator Sets Its Sights on Facebook
Facebook could face bans this year if it fails to comply with Russia’s local data storage legislation.
Russia Demands Official U.S. Response After Facebook Blocks 'Troll Factory'
Facebook deleted hundreds of articles and pages linked to the “troll factory” based in St. Petersburg this week.
Facebook Cracks Down on Russian 'Troll Factory,' Deletes Hundreds of Accounts
Facebook has been criticized over moving too slowly to investigate and counter information warfare.
Facebook Cites Russian Law After Banning Navalny Probe on Instagram
Facebook, the owner of Instagram, blocked two posts by Nastya Rybka, the woman who had reportedly provided materials to Navalny’s video investigation...
Facebook Blocks Kadyrov’s Accounts Over U.S. Sanctions
Kadyrov was blocked after being sanctioned for human rights violations by the U.S.
Facebook to Show People the Russian Propaganda They Followed
“How can I see if I’ve liked or followed a Facebook page or Instagram account created by the Internet Research Agency?”
Russia's Media Regulator to Check Up on Facebook
Russia passed a law in 2015 requiring internet companies to store user data in Russia
Russia Investigation Update: More Nasty Name-Calling, Ads and Emails
A summary of the latest stories regarding the official investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Elections
Russia's Censors Eye Facebook Ban in 2018
day.The U.S. social network would follow in the footsteps of LinkedIn, the social platform for professionals that was banned in Russia last year
Kremlin Says It Doesn't Know Who Buys Political Ads on Facebook
“We don’t know who places ads on Facebook or how,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said
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