Maxim removes info about Deripaska, Prikhodko and Nastya Rybka on request of Roskomnadzor
Roskomnadzor (Russia’s State Media Sensor) web site states that the decision on inclusion of the materials in the black list was made by the Ust-Labinsk District Court of Krasnodar region.
Roskomnadzor has notified Maxim magazine about inclusion of the investigation on businessman Oleg Deripaska, deputy Prime Minister Sergei Prikhodko and escort woman Nastya Rybka in the list of prohibited info.
The State Media Sensor’s web site declares that the decision was made by Ust-Labinsk District Court of Krasnodar region. After receiving the notification, Maxim magazine removed the materials from its web site.
Earlier, Roskomnadzor sent similar notifications to Mediazona, Radio Liberty, Snob, Znak.com, The Village and Newsru.com. Basing on the decision of Ust-Labinsk district court No. 2-572/2018, the Agency demanded all pictures, videos and "other personal information" about Deripaska be removed from the publications. Navalny’s investigation on Deripaska, Prikhodko and Nastya Rybka was included in the black list. In addition, Roskomnadzor ordered YouTube and Instagram to remove 14 posts and 7 videos concerning these people until February 14.
On February 9, Ust-Labinsky district granted interim measures regarding Deripaska's lawsuit against Nastya Rybka. According to the businessman, Anastasia Vashukevich (Nastya Rybka) and Alexander Kirillov (Alex Lesley) violated the privacy and illegally disseminated information about him.
Navalny’s investigation was based on the Instagram page and the book by Nastya Rybka, an escort woman. The investigation claimed that in August 2016, Prikhodko and Deripaska had informal talks on businessman’s yacht in Norway, with Nastya Rybka accompanying both men on the trip.
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