Right-wing Spanish portal La Gaceta has hailed the Polish government as being fearless in the face of powerful social media companies due a bill aimed at tackling ideological censorship online.
Depicting the absurdity of life under communism, the film by director Stansiław Bareja premiered on 4th May 1981 and remains a part of popular culture up to today.
The beautiful cards depict what today we would consider fairly traditional seasonal scenes. But within the context of their times, depicting religious themes and symbols was revolutionary.
In an article in the Washington Examiner, Świrski explained that in November 2016, he was trying to find information about the Independence March in Warsaw, but found that Facebook had suspended the accounts of the organisers.
Poland has charged the EU's copyright directive to the EU Court of Justice (CJEU) on grounds of its threats to freedom of speech on the internet, Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz informed on Friday.