A Moscow court satisfied Tsargrad’s claim against Google to restore access to the YouTube account. The founder of “the first Russian conservative information and analytical TV channel”, Konstantin Malofeev, told RIA News that this decision is an important precedent. It shows other media and companies that lawsuits against Internet giants can be satisfied.
On Tuesday, the Moscow Arbitration Court fully satisfied the claim of the founder of the TV channel “Tsargrad” against the Irish Google Ireland Limited, the American Google LLC and the Russian LLC “Google” with a demand to restore access to the YouTube account.
The managing partner explained that if “Google fails to comply with the court’s decision after it enters legal force, the American company will be charged a penalty of 100 thousand rubles a day”.