Already in March of this year, a Russian court declared the company Meta an extremist organization and banned the operation of the Facebook and Instagram social networks in Russia. Meta appealed against the verdict, but in June the court rejected her appeal.
The decision of the Moscow court is now being referred to by the Russian Ministry of Justice on its website in connection with the inclusion of Meta on the list of extremist organizations.
Subsequently, in October, the Russian agency Rosfinmonitoring, which is in charge of the fight against money laundering and the financing of terrorism, placed Met on its own list of terrorists and extremists.
Moscow has blocked access to Western social networks including Instagram and Facebook in connection with its incursion into Ukraine and in response to anti-Russian sanctions imposed by the West after the invasion of Russia.
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