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VK performed DDOS attacks on certain sites, making users' browsers send multiple requests to the target site without their consent.
The targets were the Runet Prize voting page in 2008 It was done by inserting an iframe and a piece of Java Script code which periodically reloaded the iframe.
Founder and CEO Pavel Durov owned 20% of shares (although he had majority voting power through proxy votes), and a trio of Russian-Israeli investors, Vyacheslav Mirilashvili (Mikhael Mirilashvili's son) and Lev Leviev, On Group announced that it has decided to yield control of the company to Durov by offering him the voting rights on its shares.In 2010, this dispute was settled by the Russian Supreme Arbitration Court in favour of the social network.The court ruled that VK is not responsible for its users’ copyright violations, taking into account that both parties agreed with the technical possibility to identify the user who posted illegal content and who, consequently, must incur the liability.Combined with Durov's personal 12% stake, this gave him 52% of the votes.
while Lev Leviev sold his 8% share in the same deal, giving United Capital Partners 48% ownership.
Russian-speaking users can choose between the standard Russian version and two extras: a Soviet version and a Pre-Revolutionary version. telegrams for messages and comrades for friends), these versions contain other easter eggs.