The Warsaw annual march to celebrate its Independence Day on Nov. 11 is being opposed by liberal and leftist activists seeking to ban it. Now, their efforts to block the event are being assisted by social media giant Facebook. When it comes to conservatives and conservative principles, Facebook often responds with censorship and restrictions on […]
An internal report conducted by Facebook suggested that the social media platform had a negative effect on political polarization in Poland and contributed to a “social civil war” online, reports The Washington Post
Poland will be the first country in which internauts will be able to appeal to the government to revoke Facebook bans and post deletions. In an interview with “Gazeta Polska Codziennie” the deputy minister of digitization, Adam Andruszkiewicz explained how this agreement transpired.
Václav Klaus Jr. has been banned from Facebook for one day, allegedly because of his three-week old post about Chemnitz. Is it a coincidence that at the same time he is preparing a draft law on the freedom of speech online?
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