28 March 2020

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The Russian government asked Google not to promote "illegal mass events" on YouTube after protesters took to Moscow's streets to demand free elections. State communications watchdog Roscomnadzor wasn't happy that YouTube sent push notifications for demonstration livestreams. reports citing Reuters that Google didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

"In the event Google does not take a response, the Russian Federation will regard this as interference in the sovereign affairs of the state, as well as a hostile influence and obstructing the holding of democratic elections in Russia, leaving the right to an adequate reaction," Roscomnadzor said in a release.

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