Russia forces tech giants like Apple and Google to open local offices
Foreign tech companies have a month to comply with Russia’s new demands designed to increase the accountability of Big Tech
Russia blocks access to Czech Radio broadcast
Russia’s Federal Service for the Oversight of Consumer Protection and Welfare blocked the Russian website of Czech Radio because of an article about Czech martyr Jan Palach from 2001
Russian cyberattacks against Polish army intensify
Russian hackers have attacked the website of the Polish War Studies University to create disinformation around the Polish army
Czech parents do not teach children about online threats
Only 16 percent of Czech parents discuss online threats with their kids
5G is coming to the Czech Republic
Vodafone plans to cover the city by July next year
Who can turn off the internet?
Poland and the whole of Europe needs digital independence, not only from threats coming from China, but also from the US. The global intrigue around 5G is explained by Bartosz Paszcza in a Klub Jagielloński video.
The age of GAFA
To whom does social media belong? Eryk Mistewicz claims that definitely not to the users. The media expert compares the modern internet titans (Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple – GAFA) to modern nation states and how they shape the world of politics and public life.
Scandalous poster spreads across the internet
A scandalous poster depicting Law and Justice chairman Jarosław Kaczyński’s face as part of a knife handle, has been spreading throughout the internet. The deputy head of the Museum of Warsaw is one of the people who shared the image.
Excellent mobile internet in Central Europe
The Czech Republic, Hungary and Norway develop the highest quality mobile video streaming, according to an OpenSignal report.
ACTA2 could spell the end of unlimited freedom on the Internet
“When politicians are engaged with something, with freedom at stake, you can bet that something will go wrong – in the direction of limiting that freedom,” writes Robert Gwiazdowski. Here is how and why ACTA2 will limit internet freedom.
Civic Platform’s u-turn on ACTA2
The Civic Platform (PO) has diverted from a strong “no” against ACTA2 to voting for it in the European Parliament. The head of the TVP Info web portal, Samuel Pereira explains this change of views.
Mind the troll!
Don’t believe everything you read on the internet. Wojciech Mucha warns and advises against Russian backed internet trolls.