Court orders 20 websites linked to Holocaust denial taken down
The websites sell the Hungarian edition of a Swedish author's book that overtly denies genocides committed by the Nazi regime, Tibor Ibolya said in a statement. The sites also make some of that content available to read online.
Under a 2010 Hungarian law, Holocaust denial in public is a crime punishable by up to three years imprisonment.
The authorities started investigating the book's publisher in Hungary but suspended the procedure because the company's head is currently abroad.