Russia’s media censorship agency, ROSKOMNADZOR, opened a case against Google for failing to remove banned content from its search results. According to the agency, Google has failed to remove prohibited content from its searches. This “dangerous content” includes extremist, pornographic, and suicide-related information. Russian law requires Google and other search engine operators to remove banned sites from their results using Roskomnadzor’s registry. Google in Russia has not yet commented on the administrative action.