In a situation that seemed helpless, Fardin Kazemi was forced to fly home to meet his family after a long separation and to figure out his next move. And then the internet came to his rescue again along with a trucking firm in the village of Święcice.
Fardin Kazemi had been using an American International 9670 lorry from the 1980s to deliver goods from Poland when he broke down. As news of the breakdown spread, drivers came forward to help the man, who was stranded far from his native Iran.
Former Deputy Minister of Justice Patryk Jaki says he has gone after the social media giant for failing to remove a false photo of him with a Labrador signed as "rablador", which he says makes him look stupid.
The ‘incognito’ the jewellery which has been compared to something an Egyptian Goddess would wear, is designed to combat the creeping number of facial recognition technologies being implemented globally.
Hairless Ludwik went from zero to hero after owner Agata rescued him from a ‘very bad pet shop’. Now the four-year-old star has more than 275,000 Instagram followers.
A new project entitled Ministry of Heroes was launched on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of World War Two. Its task is to support information-sharing activities about WWII and Polish and foreign heroes.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki opened a Facebook account last week and in his first entry assured users that he would find time to share his thoughts about the future of Poland with them.
The website blocked by Facebook has been active for almost 10 years conducting drug education in Poland, warning against the harmful effects of psychoactive substances and helping people who use them.
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.
PM Morawiecki said: “It cannot be the case that global technology concerns, with millions of users in Poland, pay less tax than a family business with a few bakery shops.”