Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, and the heads of government of several other Central and Eastern European countries have written an open letter to the leaders of global Big Tech companies urging them to step up the fight against disinformation.
Described by as “a perfect example of the military architecture of the Teutonic Order” and “one of the best preserved”, potential buyers will find a castle perched on a 1.7 hectare plot and surrounded by 10 hectares of its own adjacent land.
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The prime ministers of Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia have sent an open letter to the heads of the world's biggest social media companies calling on them to block the official accounts of Russian and Belarusian government institutions.
Poland will continue to protect freedom of speech in the country and in the whole of Europe and informed Facebook that it does not agree with the company’s decision, a government digital affairs official has said.
A Polish court has told social media giant Facebook that it has no legal standing to ignore complaints made in a foreign language.
Data accumulated by Polish internet users were worth over PLN 6 billion (EUR 1.3 billion) to Google and Facebook in 2020, the Polish Economic Institute (PIE) has estimated.
Facebook has blocked the account of Confederation, a Polish far-right party with 11 MPs, for repeated breaches of its rules on hate speech, and disinformation about Covid-19.
Split on two levels, plans for the matchbox apartments measuring between 13 sq/m and 2.5 sq/m imagine a kitchenette and bathroom on ground level, and then a small space for a bed above.
Aviva Landau was due to visit Poland from Israel this month for the first time since leaving just after the end of the war and was keen to contact the family of her rescuer she remembers as Anna. But all she had was an old address scribbled on the back of an envelope…