Zbigniew Rau, Poland's foreign minister, has said he does not feel complicit in a cash-for-visas affair gripping the government, saying it is not a scandal and that he is not considering resigning over the matter.
Disinformation is still a topical issue, we are constantly confronted with new ways of spreading Russian propaganda, Wojciech Surmacz, the head of the Polish Press Agency (PAP), said on Thursday.
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The Polish climate minister has denied reports on the alleged high concentration of pesticides and herbicides in the River Odra, which spread in Germany, and has described them as "an unjustified attack against Polish agriculture."
Participants in the fourth Media of the Future conference, organised by PAP, have highlighted the importance of joint action to tackle the problem of disinformation and fake news.
The Polish Press Agency (PAP) has joined 10 other organisations and institutions in signing a Good Practices Code for combatting disinformation.
Internet users in Poland will be able to test their fake news hunting skills in a special competition to be held under the auspices of the Polish Press Agency and the government's GovTech Polska new technology programme for the public sector.
Soldiers from the 6th Mazovian Territorial Defence Brigade guided the group from the border to Warsaw and provided assistance on the way as head of special forces slams BBC for ‘propagating disinformation’.
The Polish prime minister has said media reports of opposition figures being spied on with Israeli-made software must be verified against fake news.
Poland's prime minister has said fake news is a part of the hybrid warfare being conducted by the regime of Alexander Lukashenko.
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