Polish fuels company PKN Orlen has sent to Ukraine a batch of Starlink satellite dishes delivering the Internet from space, the company's CEO said.
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 comprehensive list containing over 1.7 million items of equipment and supplies used or requested by the Polish armed forces has been leaked to the internet, the Onet.pl website has reported.
It is estimated that the coronavirus pandemic accelerated the digital revolution by seven years. One aspect of this rapid development has been the development of new types of cybercrimes. The fight against them will require strong actions over the borders. Cyber security was the main subject of the last day of the UN Digital Summit IFG 2021 in Katowice, Poland.
The Global North and the Global South are divided by a civilization gap. Access to the Internet can be too expensive for people from less developed countries. But also in the wealthy countries, many still suffer from digital exclusion. The fourth day of the UN Digital Summit - IGF 2021 held in Katowice was devoted to providing equal development opportunities worldwide.
Access to the Internet, which facilitates communication, education, and the increase of professional skills, is gradually becoming one of the fundamental human rights. The development of networks in various parts of the world, freedom of speech, and the fight against disinformation were the subjects discussed during the third day of the UN Digital Summit, IGF 2021 in Katowice.
The CBOS pollster reported on Wednesday that, according to its recent studies, almost three out of four adult Poles used the internet at least once a week.
Launched in 2006, at its peak the website had nearly 40 unique million users and was used by over FIFTY percent of Poland’s internet users.
The life of Maria Barr, whose photo went viral after being posted online with an appeal to help identify her, has taken a further step forward as more details about life, her marriages and her death are uncovered.
The Institute of National Remembrance published the photo on its Facebook page on 14 March in the hope of finding out who the woman was, what happened to her after the war and whether she is still alive – or whether her children or grandchildren are.