With her metamorphosis into elves, princesses, videogame warriors and fantasy and sci-fi characters, Justyna Sosnowska has clocked up over 183,000 followers on Instagram and more than half a million Facebook followers.
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The 13-year-old called Samuel charmed the country after being photographed on the high street in Gniezno which quickly went viral creating a wave of ‘Samuel-mania’.
The museum said that social media posts claiming to show anti-Russian stickers placed around the site of the former WWII German death camp were fake and a ‘manipulation.’
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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.
The United Nations' General Assembly, on Thursday, unanimously passed a resolution on combating Holocaust denial on social media, along with amendments proposed by Poland.
Almost half of Polish companies used social media to conduct business during the pandemic and almost one-third benefitted from cloud services, reported Poland’s Central Statistical Office (GUS).
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.
Poland's special services are investigating Tuesday night's hack on head of the Prime Minister's Office e-mail and social media accounts, the press spokesman of the minister coordinator of special services Stanislaw Zaryn told PAP.