Russia Ukraine War: Russian court imposed a fine of millions on Wikipedia for an article published on Ukraine war

Russia: It has been more than a year since the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine. At the beginning of the war, it was being speculated that Ukraine would not be able to stand in front of Russia. But Ukraine denied these estimates. Even today stands in front of Ukraine in the battlefield. Russia is shocked by this. The results of which are also being seen. 

This time Wikipedia is on the target of Russia. In fact, the Moscow court has again fined Wikipedia for refusing to remove a Russian-language article on the attack on Ukraine. Russia alleges that Wikipedia did not report objectively. Angered by this, the court has fined Wikipedia. 

A fine of 20 lakh rubles 

The court has taken this step to prevent fair reporting or criticism of the war and to hinder the Russian public’s access to information. The court called ‘Russia’s occupation of the Zaporizhzhya region’ The non-governmental organization that runs the free and publicly edited online encyclopedia ‘Wikimedia Foundation’ was fined 2 million rubles ($24,464).

There was a demand for the removal of the article 

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