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MOSCOW, July 5 /TASS/. A court in the town of Dmitrov, the Moscow region, has banned placing information on bribe-giving methods in the Internet.
The Russian Prosecutor General’s Office said that the city prosecutor’s office in the town of Dmitrov had discovered a website describing various methods of giving bribes while monitoring the Internet resources and had filed a lawsuit.
"The court satisfied the lawsuit and banned the dissemination of information published on the website in all parts of Russia by inserting the domain name into an automated system," the Prosecutor General’s Office said.