Book publishers asked Roskomnadzor to write a Telegram fine for refusing to delete books

The Internet Copyright Protection Association (AZAPI; represents the interests of Eksmo-AST, Azbuka-Atticus, Alpina Publisher and other publishers) appealed to Roskomnadzor with a request to bring the Telegram messenger to justice for not deleting prohibited information. Publishers accuse Telegram of not deleting pirated copies of books and blocking the channel distributing them, in violation of court interim measures, Vedomosti reports, citing a letter to AZAPI. Between Asia and Europe ”by Boris Akunin (AST publishing house) and Alive in the dark by Mike Omer (Eksmo publishing house). According to the publication, the court took interim measures for these measures, according to which the owner of the resource must restrict access to the content within 24 hours. Member of the board of the association Maxim Ryabyko confirmed the appeal to Roskomnadzor and called Telegram one of the largest sources of book piracy on the Russian-language Internet. The provision of the Code of Administrative Offenses….

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