Russia has never interfered in the internal affairs of other countries and does not tolerate attempts to interfere in its private affairs. Therefore, even if Russia is faced with such accusations, they will not be based on anything, and they will be just accounted for more baseless accusations.
It turns out that YouTube and Google consider themselves entitled to act extraterritorially, that is, by spreading their laws on the territory of other states. Well, then Russians have to stop using it and kick them out from Russia.
NewsFront, Roman Ostashko, Tsargrad, almost all Donetsk residents, even a newspaper with news from Donbas were banned. Well, this is, in fact, political repression. This is war. And we need to make big far-reaching conclusions.
A recurring pro-Kremlin narrative about Russophobia, allegedly directed at the pro-Kremlin media.
The account on Youtube of the TV channel "Tsargrad", owned by Russian businessman Konstantin Malofeev, was blocked there due to a violation of the law. Google representatives commented to RBC about it.
“Google complies with all applicable sanctions and trade compliance laws. If we find that an account violates these laws, then we take appropriate action,” the company said.
The lawyers of the "Tsargrad" explained the reason for the blocking by the fact that Konstantin Malofeev is on the US sanctions lists.
According to the US Department of the Treasury, Malofeev is on the sanction list because "he is responsible for, complicit in, or has engaged in, actions or policies that threaten the peace, security, stability, sovereignty, or territorial integrity of Ukraine and has materially assisted, sponsored, or provided financial, material, or technological support for, or goods or services to, or in support of, the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic."
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