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Russia Fines Twitch Over “Fake” Video


A Russian court has fined Amazon’s live-streaming platform Twitch a total of 2 million roubles, equating to $33,000, for hosting a short video which contained what they’re calling “fake” information about alleged war crimes in Ukrainian town of Bucha, Russian, according to Reuters.

According to reports, Russia has threatened fines on sites such as Google, Twitter, and Wikipedia for what they define as “fake” content related to their military campaign in Ukraine.

The court determined that Twitch failed to remove a 31-second clip of a girls form the town of Bucha, but did not detail the content of the video.

Twitch has not publicly commented at this time.

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