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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia is seeking an additional 24 million roubles ($321,586) in fines from U.S. tech giant Twitter for failing to remove content banned in Russia, the TASS news agency cited a court as saying on Wednesday.
German police said on May 3 they had shut down “one of the biggest darknet child pornography platforms in the world” and arrested four of its members in a series of raids in mid-April.
If convicted, Duggar could face up to 20 years in federal prison.
MOSCOW (Reuters) -Russian state communications regulator Roskomnadzor said on Friday that U.S. social network Twitter was complying with its demand to remove content banned in Russia, but that it was still taking too long to do so.
DUESSELDORF, Germany (Reuters) - Former Germany defender Christoph Metzelder was given a 10-month suspended prison sentence on Thursday after being found guilty of sharing pictures of child pornography with acquaintances through a message service, a court in Duesseldorf said.
MOSCOW (Reuters) -Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny denounced Russian President Vladimir Putin as a "naked, thieving king" on Thursday, looking gaunt but defiant in a courtroom video link from prison, his first public appearance since ending a hunger strike last week.
Russia has imposed a US$12.1mil (RM49.57mil) fine on Apple for “abusing” its dominant position in the market by giving preference to its own applications, a government regulator said on April 27.
Americans like their lingerie to be risque, Europeans prefer it more classy, and Chinese remain a bit shy but are opening up. But the biggest order of all came from North Korea.
HK boy, 13, arrested on suspicion of tricking girls as young as nine into sending nude photos and video
The suspect traded online game weapons for the porn and threatened to make it public unless the girls sent more, police say. Two computers and three mobile phones seized during raid on his home in Kwun Tong.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany's finance minister denied any blame for the multi-billion-euro Wirecard fraud on Thursday, pointing the finger at the company and its auditors, EY, for waving the firm's accounts through for a decade.