Another section of an electronic surveillance system on Poland’s border fence with Belarus is set to become operational, the deputy interior minister said on Friday.
Construction of the first stretch of an 'electronic barrier' comprised of surveillance and detection equipment on the Polish-Belarusian border has been completed.
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Cases of illegal crossings of the Polish border with Belarus are very rare which shows that the frontier is one of the best-protected borders in the EU, Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said.
At a joint press conference, the signatories from opposition parliamentary groups and caucuses declared support for Paweł Kukiz's candidature as head of the commission.
The head of Poland's National Security Department has said there is no evidence employees of the Supreme Audit Office (NIK) were subject to mass surveillance after NIK told a Monday press conference use of the Pegasus spyware was a "working hypothesis."
An expert from the University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab, which researches digital surveillance, has said there is evidence that a Polish opposition senator was "under extensive monitoring."
Poland's justice minister, Zbigniew Ziobro, has said he has "no knowledge of any illegal actions" in a spying scandal involving the hacking of smartphones.
The Polish prime minister has said media reports of opposition figures being spied on with Israeli-made software must be verified before any accusations are made.
When Angelina Bets was 17-years-old, a ‘terrifying’ encounter with the police made her realise she had no future in her homeland. Now 23, she is studying for a Master’s degree in International Trade Policy at Warsaw University.