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.
The videos mock people who use abusive language, and ask them to think about their own behaviour.
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.
The number of internet shops in Poland rose by 1,800 in 2018 to almost 31,000, the Rzeczpospolita daily reported on Wednesday. It cited data compiled by Bisnode, a company which deals in digital business.
According to a survey by the Office of Electronic Communications (UKE), 93.1 percent of Poles are connected to the mobile network, while the number of respondents having smartphones is 65.6 percent, with over 90 percentage of smartphone users being under the age of 44.
Following yesterday’s news that press agencies across Europe have banded together to help fight fake news, AFP’s award-winning reporter Sammy Keltz explains how experienced journalists go about their jobs separating fact from rumours and how best to fight the plague of fake news swamping the internet.
The Terrorism Prevention Centre of Excellence of the Internal Security Agency (ABW), established in May 2018, has launched a new website to inform the public about the institution.
Despite being a milestone in Polish communications history, the forerunner of the countless millions of emails now sent each day contained just two undramatic sentences that create the impression the sender had little idea that they were about to start a revolution.
The percentage of internet users in Poland grew by 1.6 percentage points year on year to 77.5 percent in 2018, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) reported on Monday.