MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s state communications watchdog said on Sunday it had asked Google (O:) to stop advertising “illegal mass events” on its YouTube video platform.

Tens of thousands of Russians staged what observers called the country’s biggest political protest for eight years on Saturday, defying a crackdown to demand free elections to Moscow’s city legislature.

The watchdog, Roscomnadzor, said Russia would consider it interference in its sovereign affairs and a hostile influence should Google fails to respond to the request.

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2019-08-11