moscow - As far as a Russian politician, companies like Netflix are restricted. Andrej Loegovoj wants foreign companies to get less say about film and music streaming services in Russia. Such services should be no more than 20 percent foreign ownership.
Loegovoj is a member of the Russian parliament. He is one of the two suspects in the murder of dissident Alexander Litvinenko, who was poisoned in London in 2006. Loegovoj comes, as President Vladimir Putin, the result of the secret service KGB.
The proposal Loegovoj resembles a law introduced in Russia in 2014. It states that publishers and broadcasters may be no more than 20 percent foreign ownership. Axel Springer sold when the Russian edition of the business magazine Forbes, Sanoma did business newspaper Vedomosti hand.