The Prosecutor General and Roskomnadzor will check the App store on the presence of a range of content included in the Federal list of extremist materials. In that case, if the information is confirmed, access to the online catalog can be blocked.
The range of popular online stores App Store, Google Play Market, “Litres”, “barrister”, DirectMedia, Books.ru and iMobilco.ru submitted content with extremist content (books, e-books, audio and video recordings, etc.). Publications listed in the Federal list of extremist materials. This is reported by “Izvestia” with reference to the activists of the Federal project “Young guard of United Russia” (MHER) “Mediaguardian”.
Head of the coordination Council MHER Denis Davydov prepared an appeal to the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Yuri Chaika with a request to check the above Internet sites for violation of Russian legislation. Also Davydov sent a letter to the Deputy head of Roskomnadzor Maxim Ksenzova, where he speaks about the need to lock these resources.
As explained by Davydov, the organization decided to hold the monitor is placed in the web content in response to increasing complaints from users that the Internet continues to spread extremist materials, is prohibited by Russian law. As it turned out, intended for sale assortment of the above online stores present book radical Islamist direction, racist and nationalist sound clips sectarian literature, etc., In particular, it is about the book by Vladimir Dahl’s “notes about the ritual murders”, the collection of said Nursi “Risale-and Nur”, prohibited the track “Niger” known group “Korossy metal” in the audio collection, the application of the “fortress of a Muslim”, a book containing Saeed bin Ali bin Wahf al-Qahtani’s “fortress of a Muslim”, the book of Lafayette Hubbard Scientology: the fundamentals of thought, the work of Boris Mironov, “the Battle with the yoke of Judah,” etc.
At the time of writing the post prohibited content has already been deleted from the resource “Litres”. Representatives of online stores App Store and Google Play have not commented on the situation.