The Russian most popular social network VKontakte has blocked an Andres Breivik support group. The group content contained “clear call to repeat his act in Russia”, said the site administration to BBC.
About seven groups were created in VKontakte to discuss Breivik’s act, and the administration didn’t delete any. But then one group was blocked for extremism and calls for terrorism. “The groups opened for discussion and news publication are not deleted or blocked,” said Vladislav Tsyplukhin, the head of VKontakte press service.
Anders Behring Breivik confessed in committing a terrorist attack in Norway which occurred on Friday, 22 July. It took lives of at least 76 people. Breivik admitted being the perpetrator of both attacks but denies being guilty.
Author: Irina Fomina